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“Beautiful Building but No Access”

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Supreme Court of Pakistan
Reviewed 22 August 2012

This is one of the most beautiful buildings in terms of architecture in Islamabad and maybe in the entire country but there is no access to this building anymore due its presence in the red zone. There are multiple barricades around 2 kms from building and only people with speciall access are allowed inside. But yes it is a great building and hopefully one day its gardens will be open to public.

Thank Umair B
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Reviewed 14 July 2012

Nice buildings, but virtually all federal buildings are surrounded by cement barriers, high fences, razor wire, and military guards. The roads in front are twisted into mazes where you drive head on into oncoming traffic in the wrong lane - to put more distance between the vehicles and the buildings. Unusual and disappointing for someone coming from a democratic country, that here the people do not have access to their own government .

Thank UmairR
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Reviewed 16 April 2012

Getting there is a security nightmare. TSA might feel like a walk in the park afterwards. The building is around other major national buildings such as the PM House which have far more presence. This felt a little dull.

Thank Kashan_H
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Reviewed 14 January 2012

The Supreme Court building is located on the Constitution Avenue (about 15-20 minute walk from Marriott). Due to sexurity reasons entry inside the meeting was not allowed. Prime Ministers Sec and Parliment are all located on Constitution Ave

Thank Abid S
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Reviewed 26 July 2016
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