Provincial Assembly of Sindh Building
The Provincial Assembly of Sindh Building is located in Karachi South District, Sindh, Pakistan. It is commonly known as the Sindh Assembly Building and serves as the legislative assembly for the province of Sindh.
The building was constructed in 1930 during the British colonial period. It was originally used as the administrative office of the British Indian Army. After the partition of India in 1947, the building was converted into an assembly building for the newly created Sindh province.
The Sindh Assembly Building has a unique blend of Mughal and British architectural styles. It is built with red stones and has two stories. The entrance to the building is adorned with a beautiful dome and a balcony. The building also has a spacious lawn and a fountain in front of it.
Inside the building, there is a large assembly hall where the elected members of the provincial assembly gather to discuss and pass legislation. The hall is decorated with beautiful chandeliers and has a seating capacity of 168 members.