Monday, 30 July 2012

Gumti Water Fountain Faisalabad(Faisalabad Gumti)

Gumti Water Fountain Faisalabad(Faisalabad Gumti)

The Gumti Water Fountain is a monument in Faisalabad, Pakistan preserved from the British Raj era. It was built during the early nineteenth century and was a general meeting place of the city folk for local town meetings.
Gumti Water Fountain Faisalabad(Faisalabad Gumti)
Gumti Water Fountain Faisalabad(Faisalabad Gumti)

Gumti Water Fountain Faisalabad(Faisalabad Gumti)

Today the sturucture still exists and has been turned into a roundabout for traffic with the water fountain still working at the center.

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  1. The climate of Faisalabad features a Semi-arid climate (BWh)in Köppen-Geiger classification with very hot and humid summers and dry cool winters. The average maximum and minimum temperature in June are 40.5 °C (104.9 °F) and 26.9 °C (80.4 °F), respectively. In January it the average maximum stands at 19.4 °C (66.9 °F) and 4.1 °C (39.4 °F), respectively.The summer season starts from Mid-April and continues till late-October. May and June are the hottest months, while July, August and the first half of September can be oppressively humid, except for the days when it rains. June is the hottest month in Faisalabad when conditions are dry and dust storms are common. While the coldest month is January, which is also a dry month with significant foggy days.
    Faisalabad Weather

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