Länderkürzel Pakistan Pakistan Asien Ländercode nach ISO-Standard (ISO-3166)

ISO 3166-1

PK

Alpha-2

PAK

Alpha-3

Die zweibuchstabige Länderabkürzung für Pakistan lautet PK, die dreibuchstabige ist PAK. Länderspezifische Domains enden mit .pk, z.B. www.meine-domain.pk

.pk

TLD von Pakistan Länderspezifische Domain (Top Level Domain)

Die country-code TLD (Top Level Domain) von Pakistan ist .pk, zum Beispiel www.meine-domain.pk

Pakistan

Landkarte

Entfernung

5237 km

Luftlinie von Pakistan nach Deutschland Wie weit ist Pakistan entfernt?

Die geografische Mitte von Pakistan ist ca. 5237 km (Luftlinie) von Deutschland entfernt.

Quelle: entfernungsrechner.net: Entfernung Deutschland » Pakistan

Fotos aus Pakistan Aktuelle Fotoaufnahmen

Khwas Khani Gate
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Khwas Khani Gate

Khwas Khani Gate
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Khwas Khani Gate

Margalla Hills in the rain, Islamabad, Pakistan
© ambabheg, flickr.com

Margalla Hills in the rain, Islamabad, Pakistan

Talaqi Gate
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Talaqi Gate

Sohail Gate
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Sohail Gate

Abu Bakr Siddique Gate
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Abu Bakr Siddique Gate

Eminabad
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Eminabad

Arched Gateway outside of Rohtas
© meemainseen, flickr.com

Arched Gateway outside of Rohtas

Länder in der Umgebung Welche Länder liegen bei Pakistan z.B. für Reisen oder Flüge

In der näheren Umgebung von Pakistan befinden sich Länder wie z.B. Afghanistan, Tadschikistan & Nepal.

ca. 1202 km

Nepal
Ländercode

ca. 1269 km

Usbekistan
Ländercode

Nachbarland

Iran
Ländercode

Nachbarland

Indien
Ländercode

ca. 1450 km

Oman
Ländercode

ca. 1554 km

Katar
Ländercode

ca. 1576 km

Bahrain
Ländercode

ca. 1716 km

Bhutan
Ländercode

ca. 1753 km

Kuwait
Ländercode

ca. 1951 km

Kasachstan
Ländercode

ca. 2077 km

Irak
Ländercode

ca. 2218 km

Armenien
Ländercode

Neuigkeiten auf Twitter zu Pakistan News aus den sozialen Medien

Sarfaraz Ahmed

Sarfaraz Ahmed

Koi baat nhi yaro! Team larti hoi nazar ai hai. We all are with you. Heads up! Keep it up the good work! Com’on Team Pakistan 🇵🇰

Major Gaurav Arya (Retd)

Major Gaurav Arya (Retd)

Traditionally, nations have always exported what they have had in surplus. Metaphorically too, it makes perfect sen… https://t.co/h5bmjzVqXp

Natasha Fatah🏹

Natasha Fatah🏹

Women Who Dare To Bicycle In Pakistan “It is a rare endeavor in conservative Pakistan, where few women dare to cyc… https://t.co/uZk2M9kwhK

M Amin

M Amin

RT @MirwaizKashmir: As Pakistan observes #KashmirSolidarityDay people of Jammu & Kashmir express their gratitude to the state and its peopl…

Shani

Shani

Kashmiris right of self determination is an irrevocable right - #Pakistan stands with #Kashmir on… https://t.co/MYTUR60pdv

Taunt Machine™️

Taunt Machine™️

RT @Omerchoudhary2: Panadol should be declared as national tablet of Pakistan.

Muhammad Asad Anwar

Muhammad Asad Anwar

RT @ZeeePakistani: Struggles are required in order to achieve freedom, & inshallah a day will come when occupied Kashmir will be merged in…

FATI 🇵🇰

FATI 🇵🇰

They turned the valley of Peace to the valley of Death. As long as Pakistan stands, Kashmir will never die under En… https://t.co/PznswYA5Yv

Mian Khateeb Adil

Mian Khateeb Adil

RT @MirwaizKashmir: As Pakistan observes #KashmirSolidarityDay people of Jammu & Kashmir express their gratitude to the state and its peopl…

نِمرہ .

نِمرہ .

RT @_merajhasan: Why are Pakistan's Left and Liberals putting their weight behind PTM? A thread.

Hammad Haider

Hammad Haider

RT @saman305: Q: Who are you if you're asking for your rights in Pakistan? 1) Namak haram Afghani 2) Indian agent 3) Part of yahoodi or A…

sajjad khan

sajjad khan

RT @LawrenceSellin: "Thousands have been gunned down in recent years across Pakistan in so-called "encounter killings" - incidents where su…

Mohammad Siddique

Mohammad Siddique

RT @PTIofficial: Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan Special Message for Kashmir Solidarity Day (05.02.19) #KashmirSolidarityDay https://…

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🚅🚌🚴

RT @arvindpawan1: You know what? 700 MILLION people in India, Pakistan, & Bangladesh depend on Himalayan glacier-fed rivers for sustenanc…