Heritage Museum first ethnology museum: Executive Director Lok Virsa

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr. Fouzia Saeed has said that Lok Virsa Heritage Museum is the first state museum of ethnology in Pakistan which presents the history and living traditions of people of Pakistan, both from mainstream and remotest regions of the Country.

Talking to the state-run news agency in Islamabad, the Dr. Fouzia Saeed said that the primary purpose of the museum is to educate present and future generations and to create a treasure house for the nation, more valuable in the world.

Dr. Fouzia Saeed said that most museums in the country are archaeological.

The Executive Director Lok Virsa said that the location of this landmark achievement at Islamabad enriches the federal capital and adds to its attractions.

Dr. Fouzia Saeed said that the museum has a covered area of 60,000 sq. ft. featuring exhibit halls, making it the largest museum in Pakistan.

Moreover, she said that this is a museum for the people of Pakistan, who are the real bearers of our cultural traditions, which make Country truly great.

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