This World Traveler From Italy Is Going All Across Pakistan, Capturing Historic Sites In The Most Unique Way

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This World Traveler From Italy Is Going All Across Pakistan, Capturing Historic Sites In The Most Unique Way

This traveler from Italy will make you fall in love with Pakistan in own unique way

The scenic beauty of Pakistan with a deep connection with the rich history has blessed the country with places that attract numerous photographers and one of them is Andrea Angelucci.

 

Andrea Angelucci is a Rome-based tour guide and he has covered a few places in Pakistan from a very unique angle

Basically, he is an archaeologist and a tour guide who loves mountaineering and photographing new places.

 

His recent visit to Pakistan has produced some amazing masterpieces which are absolutely lovely

 

His unique style of work distinguishes him from many others in his field

He draws perfect sketches of the places that he wants to visit, in his journal. He notes down historic facts, anecdotes and notes about those places alongside. Upon visiting those places, he clicks some wonderful shots as well.

 

He has a unique eye for showcasing his own journal entries while covering places like the Badshahi mosque in Lahore

 

He also covered Wazir Khan Mosque near the Delhi gate in Lahore

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Built around 400 years ago, Wazir Khan Mosque rises within the city walls of Lahore, near the Delhi Gate. It was built by Ilmuddin Wazir Khan over the tomb of a holy man 50 years prior to the Badshahi Mosque, being the largest mosque at the time. During a period where a ruler like Shah Jahan was building structures all over his empire, this mosque was privately financed which makes it even more unique. Wazir Khan Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan. #pakistan #letsgotopakistan #pakistantravel #travelbeautifulpakistan #sketchbook #travelnotes #lahore #asiatravels #viaggiare #appuntidiviaggio #aquarello #sikandertravels #lahorediaries #islamicart #islamicarchitecture #architetturaislamica #marcopolo #walledcitylahore #wazirkhanmosque #travelnotes #walledcityoflahore #punjab #travelbeautifulpakistan #pakistan_pics #lahorefashion #lahorediaries

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A perfect shot from Hiran Minar in Sheikhupura was also captured to represent the richness of Mughal architecture

 

Andrea visited the Shrine of Shah-Rukn e Alam in Multan and his work reflects the sanctity and the beauty of the darbar

 

It’s not only in Pakistan that Andrea does this unique photography

He’s been going around the world and embellishing his Instagram with beautiful shots. Like this image from Jerusalem.

 

And this one from Paris, France

 

The work by Andrea Angelucci is a perfect summary of the richness and diversity of culture and heritage. You guys should definitely check out his work and we guarantee you that you will fall in love with his style of photography.

Let us know in the comments below about your view regarding his work and if you know someone who has such an interesting way of looking at the world like Andrea.

 

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Source: Mangobaaz.com

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