Pakistan is thought for its wealthy historical past and tradition and at many instances the nation has been honoured with recognition in varied cities internationally.
However in the event you’re in Australia and miss house then drop by on the “Mooltan Street”, named after Pakistan’s historic Multan metropolis.
“Fancy a stroll this #FootprintFriday? Head down to Mooltan Street in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, named after the historic city of Multan in the Punjab,” tweeted International Minister’s Public Diplomacy account run by the International Workplace.
The tweet added that Multan is also known as the “City of Saints” with the town’s “history stretching deep into antiquity”.
The road is positioned within the Travancore suburb of Melbourne.
As per the Australian paper Herald Solar, the realm is called after the Travancore Home, a mansion within the space which is called after the previous Indian princely state of the identical identify.
When the property was subdivided within the Twenties, a lot of streets took Indian or Asian names.
One of many streets was named Mooltan Avenue in honour of the town of saints.