|Gateway to the pass|
Peshawar used to be known as the Garden City and some few parts still remain despite over-development . The collection of Buddhas in the museum, some excavated from the Takht-i-Bahi monastery - a UNESCO world heritage site - are simply stunning. The old town was a must see and the Christian cemetery recorded service and death on the frontier.
Much has changed in the thirty years since I first travelled in northern Pakistan. Peshawar has been built up and tragically Deans is no more. It was torn down to make way for yet another development.