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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display of Chiniot's local woodworking and a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design. (128zahrae, sie 2019)
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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Umar Hayat Palace Library/ Gulzar Manzil Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. Construction started in 1923, and was completed by 1935. The mansion, originally 5-storeys tall, was built by Sheikh Omar Hayat - a Chinioti businessman who made his fortune in Calcutta. The edifice is an outstanding display  of Chiniot's local woodworking and  a great amalgamation of various styles of architecture and design.
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