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Dal Lake: The Lake itself is full of flora that includes lotus and water lilies, and avifauna including kingfishers. Get onboard one of the shikaras to go around the lake, along the shoreline is the boulevard that is home to numerous shops, hotels, gardens and parks.
Pather Masjid: Located on the bank of Jhelum across the Shah Hamdam Mosque, this is a typical Mughal construction built of limestone.
Shah Hamdan Mosque: This is one of the oldest surviving mosques, made in wood; located on the bank of Jhelum. Another striking observation is that no nails or screwes were used for its construction.
Jama Masjid: Jami Masjid owes its origin to 3 Mughal rulers. It is also created in wood and is noted for its 370 towering pillars supporting the roof, each pillar made of one deodar tree truck.
Hari Parbat Fort: Another Mughal construction, it stands on the hill by the same name and commands an awesome view of the city.
Nagin Lake: Literally meaning, Jewel in the Ring, Nagin Lake is located a little away from Dal Lake, at the foot of the Zabarwan Mountains.
Hazratbal Mosque: Located on the left bank of the Dal Lake, and is reflected in its waters.
Shankaracharya Temple: this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is accessible by a flight of stairs.
Awantipur is home to two imposing temples - one Siva-Avantisvara, which today is reduced almost to ruins, and the other Avantisvami-Vishnu, which is a better preserved temple.
Shalimar Bagh: Built by Jehangir for his wife Nur Jehan, Shalimar Garden is a wonderful combination of gardens and lakes.
Harwan: This garden has remnants dating to the Buddhist era.
Nishat Bagh: Located on the banks of the Dal Lake against the Zabarwan Mountains, Nishat Bagh, is known for its panoramic views of the Pir Panjal Range.
Chasma Shahi: Originally designed by Shah Jehan, Chasma Shahi is a strikingly made terrace garden commanding superb views of the Dal Lake and the mountains nearby. The cool spring water flowing here is believed to be extremely refreshing.
Pari Mahal: This was at one time the Royal Observatory.
Pratap Singh Museum: Located in Lal Mandi, this museum houses an interesting collection of Kashmiri exhibits, including the illustrated tiles found near Harwan.
Wular Lake: Believed to the largest freshwater lake in Asia, the Wular Lake changes its character every few miles.
Verinag: This is one of the largest springs in India, A shrine dedicated to Shiva is located outside the complex and visited by pilgrims every year.
Daksum & Yusmarg: Daksum is a popular trekking ground for adventure enthusiasts and Yusmarg is a small meadow popular as a picnic spot and the ideal base for visiting the Nilnag Lake.