Geographical conditions of Pakistan

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hey, can someone tell me about the details on geography of Pakistan? I will be really great full

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    Pakistan wrappings an locality of 796,095 km2 (307,374 sq mi), roughly equaling the blended land localities of France and the United Kingdom. It is the 36th biggest territory by total locality whereas this grading varies counting on how the argued territory of Kashmir is counted. Apart from the 1,046 km (650 mi) seashore along the Arabian Sea, Pakistan's land boundaries a total of 6,774 km (4,209 mi)—2,430 km (1,510 mi) with Afghanistan, 523 km (325 mi) with China, 2,912 km (1,809 mi) with India and 909 km (565 mi) with Iran. The territory it controls mostly lies between latitudes 23° and 37° N (a little locality is north of 37°), and longitudes 61° and 78° E (a little locality is west of 61°). Geologically, Pakistan overlaps with the Indian tectonic plate in its Sindh and Punjab provinces, while Balochistan and most of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa lie inside the Eurasian plate which mostly comprises the Iranian plateau. Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir lie mostly in Central Asia along the for demonstration of the Indian plate and are therefore prone to brutal earthquakes. Topography of Pakistan The geography of Pakistan is a combine of country sides changing from flat lands to wastelands, timber plantations, high grounds, and plateaus extending from the seaboard localities of the Arabian Sea in the south to the hills of the Karakoram variety in the north. Pakistan is split up into three foremost geographic areas: the to the north highlands; the Indus River plain; and the Balochistan Plateau. The to the north highlands of Pakistan comprise the Karakoram, Hindu Kush and Pamir hill varieties, which integrate some of the world's largest peaks, encompassing K2 (8,611 m/28,251 ft) and Nanga Parbat (8,126 m/26,660 ft). The Balochistan Plateau lies to the West, and the Thar Desert in the East. An expanse of alluvial flat lands lies in Punjab and Sindh along the Indus river. The 1,609 km (1,000 mi) Indus River and its tributaries flow through the homeland from the Kashmir district to the Arabian Sea.

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