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Islamabad, Pakistan Travel Video

My Islamabad

Just a few pictures of serene capital of Pakistan. Pakistan is a big country and has four provinces, all very different and have their own charms.

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filmmaker: nicegeezer

country: Pakistan

channel: adventure

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