Geography of Pakistan
The total area of Pakistan is about 796, 095 square kilometers (307374 square miles). The Arabian Sea borders Pakistan to the southwest. Pakistan shares international land boundaries with India, the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Afghanistan.
Pakistan's provinces and their capitals :
There are four provinces in Pakistan each shown in a different color on the political map of Pakistan. Pakistan also has two autonomous territories as well as tribal areas. The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad, which is a federal capital territory.
Pakistan's provinces and their capitals:
- Sindh - Karachi
- Baluchistan - Quetta
- Punjab - Lahore
- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (North-West Frontier) - Peshawar
Some of the major cities in the Pakistan include Rawalpindi, Chakwal, Lahore, Okara, Muzaffargarh, Sibi, Nasirabad, Larkana, Gwadar and Karachi.
|Federally Administered Tribal Areas||3,176,331||27,220||10,510||Islamabad|
Note : -Population: 1998-03-02 census. Figures for Azad Kashmir and Northern Areas are estimates
Area: Totals exclude Azad Kashmir and Northern Areas, which are disputed with India.
Last Updated Date: August 13, 2016