Princess of Hope Makran Balochistan Pakistan Tauheed Ahmad May 24, 2017 Travel 3798 Pakistan has always been hailed as a heaven for adventurous seekers, because starting from beautiful valleys, world’s highest peaks, stunning deserts and beaches of Balochistan. Therefore; most unique combination of natural beauty in the world, gorgeous scenery and breathtaking views that exist all over in Pakistan. The princess of Hope is just like an essence of inspiration in the Makran Costal Highway. The Princess of Hope is actually a statue, which is well founded in Hingol National Park lies on the Makran coast in Balochistan Pakistan and it is around 190 kilometers from Karachi. Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie, names this statue during her visit to Pakistan. The statue namelessly before that and no one exactly know about the statue stood there, but there in the wilderness along the coast of the Arabian Sea, wearing a royal robe and a hood. The fast wind whistled around her, teased her but she could not stop the winds as the fast blowing winds swept past her and blew dust around her. It is a lonely place, and her companion in the area is huge Sphinx of Giza, Egypt like feature who snared her loneliness. The massive man-made Sphinx in Giza Egypt is viewed by heavy traffic of tourist across the globe with awe and praise for those made it. But there is one natural feature in the remote area in the Makran coastal region of the Balochistan. Some experts says, that statue is more than 750 years old. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsSemuc Champey; A Natural Wonder in GuatemalaTashirojima: Japan’s Cat IslandFrying Pan Lake: The Largest Hot Spring in the WorldThe Lowari Pass, PakistanParadise in Coron Palwan PhilippinesBreathtaking Natural Beauty of “Fitz Roy” Mountain Sassi di Matera: The Oldest Inhabited Cave City of ItalyMada’in Saleh: The Second Largest Settlement of Nabataean People after PetraButterfly Valley is one of best place to have holidays in TurkeyThe Krkonoše National Park is an Arctic Island in the Middle of Europe!The Mitre Peak, New ZealandThe Granite Town, The Strange 65-ft Tall Rock Formations just Discovered in Siberia Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.