Toba Qalandar Shah

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Toba Qalandar Shah is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 151 metres (498 feet). [1]

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Coordinates: 30°5′0″N73°18′0″E / 30.08333°N 73.30000°E / 30.08333; 73.30000