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Ranigat the 2nd century CE Buddhist ruins located in valley Buner of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Interesting place to visit.
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Thanks for sharing, @Aftab-Ah.
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I'm also very intrigued by your post. Is this the first time that you visit these Buddhist ruins? Also, is it difficult to reach them, like for example is it accessible by car or only by foot?
Looking forward to your reply. :)
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@KlaudiyaG its my 2nd time that i am visiting this place, and its easily accessible by car but because it is situated at the top of the mountain so a kilometer path have to cover by foot..
Thanks so much for sharing this photos with us!
How wonderful it must have been this Buddhist temple when it was still standing!
The position at the top of the hill is already out of breath!
Just one question : do these ruins comprise only the temple or were there a small village next to them?
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Thank you @davidhyno for your comment, yes there was a village and these ruins spread over an area of 4 square kilometers.
Thank you so much for these important details @Aftab-Ah, which I'm sure will be useful for every person, including me, who want to visit the ruins. :)
Thanks so much for your reply @Aftab-Ah!!
Thank you for suggesting me this post. Absolutely breathtaking place. How long did it takes you to reach it?