At the center of Peshawar's old walled city, on a small street called Mohalla Sethian, situated a veritable treasure trove: seven stately mansions - structural masterpieces of the 18th and 19th centuries - in a state of decay and disrepair. The Mohalla was once an enclave of almost three dozen Havelian belonging to the Sethi's - one of the most prominent merchant families of Peshawar. They migrated to Peshawar from Jhelum in the 1730s and settled within the walled city, then a thriving trading post
APP20-101220 PESHAWAR: December 10 – At the center of Peshawar's old walled city, on a small street called Mohalla Sethian, situated a veritable treasure trove: seven stately mansions - structural masterpieces of the 18th and 19th centuries - in a state of decay and disrepair. The Mohalla was once an enclave of almost three dozen Havelian belonging to the Sethi's - one of the most prominent merchant families of Peshawar. They migrated to Peshawar from Jhelum in the 1730s and settled within the walled city, then a thriving trading post. APP photo by Shaheryar Anjum
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