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Shahi Masjid Chitral was built by the Ul-Mulks near the end of the 19th century. Its pinkish walls and white onion dome make it one of north Pakistan's most distinctive mosques, particularly as its minarets frame Tirich Mir in the far distance.
The mosque is famous for its strong and cultural architectural style. It is the main mosque in the town of Chitral and is located on the bank of the Chitral river adjacent to the Chitral Forte. It was the principal mosque of Chitral at the time of the existence of the State of Chitral.