Tibba Talwara

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Tibba Talwara (near Hussain abad)
ٹبہ تلواڑا(in Urdu)
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Location Lodhran District, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 29°31′40″N71°39′52″E / 29.5277°N 71.6644°E / 29.5277; 71.6644 Coordinates: 29°31′40″N71°39′52″E / 29.5277°N 71.6644°E / 29.5277; 71.6644
TypeSettlement
Area50 ha (120 acres)
Site notes
ConditionRuined
OwnershipFlag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Public accessYes

Tibba Talwara ( Urdu : ٹبہ تلواڑا) is an archaeological site in Lodhran District, Punjab, Pakistan, about 5 km (3.1 mi) east of Lodhran.

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Lodhran District District in Punjab, Pakistan

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