Wazir Khan's Mosque

Wazir Khan's Mosque is in the old city, 300 meters from Delhi Gate Lahore. Built in 1634 by Hakim Ali-ud-din, popularly known as Wazir Khan, who was governor of the area during the period of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. The mosque is justifiably called ‘the architectural ornament of Lahore’ for its rich display of colorful frescos and tile decoration which adorn both the interior and exterior of the building.
Derawar Mosque

Near Derawar Fort in Cholistan Desert, stands elegantly worth visiting Derawar Mosque, which is more than 100 years old and is built with white marble stone. The Derawar Mosque is a thing of beauty, and said to be an exact replica of the Moti Masjid of Red Fort Delhi.