Clouds Down On Murree Hills - 'After The Rain'






After the rain the weather seem very pleasant in Murree Hills, and the Clouds of Fox just hovering over the Hills...

Its seems very Pleasant views of Nature falls in Murree Hills.


Film & Edited By:
Khawaja Khalid (Nomi Prince)

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www.murreehill.co.cc & www.khawajasblog.tk

Dated:
07-08-2011

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The 1st Morning of 2011 in MurreeHills

The 1st Beautiful Morning of New Year 2011 in Murree Hills, 1st sunrises of 2011 in Murree Hills, with very pace and giving the wishes to all over the Pakistan, Hope this Sunrises bring lots of happiness to us and our Pakistan!!!!

1st time in the history of Murree this 1st new year sunrises is captured by Khawaja Khalid Qayyum the Owner & the founder of MurreeHills.CO.CC website and the BLOG of Murree Hills.

On this NewYear of 2011 with this 1st Beautiful Morning of Murree Hills we announced the Lunch of most updated BLOG of Murree Hills, where you can find the most updates about Murree and its surrounding area's.

For Further Details Please Visit:

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Filmed & Edited By: Khawaja Khalid(Nomi Prince)
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Murree Snowfall-30-Dec-2010

The 1st start of the snowfall in the end of this 2010 season in Murree Hills...!!!!
For More details & Pictures of the snowfall of Murree Hills please visit the website: WWW.MURREEHILL.CO.CC

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Footage Taken & Edited By: Nomi Prince

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This Footage is received from Heawad Jaan.. the area in this footage is Murree GPO Chowk during the snowfall..!!!!!

Filmed By : Heawad Jaan
Edited By: Khawaja Khalid (Nomi Prince)
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NO MUSEUM & CINEMA HOUSE IN MUREE

Murree city is a popular hill station and a summer resort, especially for the residents of Islamabad, and for the cities of the province of Punjab, Pakistan. Murree is also the administrative centre of Murree Tehsil, which is a sub-division of Rawalpindi District and includes the Murree Hills.

Murree is located along Islamabad-Kohala highway N75, some 30 km (19 mi) northeast of Islamabad.

The name Murree is derived from 'marhi', "high place" although there is a popular belief it is named after the virgin Mary.

Murree is one of the largest resort towns in the Galyat area of Pakistan, and is the capital city of Murree Tehsil (which is an administrative division of the Rawalpindi District). It is situated on the southern slopes of the Western Himalayan foothills as they ascend to the northeast towards Kashmir. During British Rule in the nineteenth century, its altitude was established at 7,000 feet (2,100 m), but its actual altitude has now been determined as 2,300 m (7,500 ft) above sea level.

Murree is accessible by road from the centre of the Islamabad and Rawalpindi areas. It is still associated with Britain; many British fruits (including cherries, raspberries and strawberries) thrive locally. There is a church, built in 1857, located at the centre of the town, which is still used as a place of worship. Many houses around the church are still standing, functioning mostly as hotels. Old traditional restaurants have been replaced by fast food shops and newer restaurants. Some old places of accommodation, such as the Rich Villa Inn and Gulberg Hotel, have completely disappeared. A typical hotel usually provides a motel type accommodation with breakfast and communication access. Newly built hotels are also accessible but unfortunately there is no museum and even no cenima house at this hill station.

Murree has expanded since 1947 at a rate much greater than that which its infrastructure can sustain. Securing water and electricity has been a constant challenge. The jam-packed bazaar has caught fire a number of times in the last century, and the growth of tourism and a construction boom have had an adverse effect on the local environment.