Royal Artillery Bazaar

The Royal Artillery Bazaar is a residential and commercial locality to the west of general headquarters of Pakistan Army in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. Reminiscent of the British colonial times and named after the Royal Artillery, the area is more commonly known by the abbreviated name of 'R A Bazaar.'

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