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Margalla Hills National Park

The day after their arrival, the Duke and Duchess met with children from three local schools at Margalla Hills National Park, learning more about what the pupils are doing to help Pakistan meet its sustainable development goals. Established in 1980, the 67.13-square-mile park is known for its rich Sino-Himalayan fauna, and boasts a diverse 600 plant species, 250 bird varieties, 38 mammals, and 13 reptile species. The stop was no doubt of great interest to the Duchess, who unveiled her own “Back to Nature” garden at the Chelsea Flower show and then at Wisley Gardens in Surrey earlier this fall.

All the Gorgeous Architecture Prince William and Duchess Kate Visited in Pakistan

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent five days touring the country

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest