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Mohammed Jahangir can remember when his friends ran through the streets of the famous Walled City of Lahore, racing past the mosques and through the markets. Then came long decades when even walking through its streets, choked by illegal construction, was hard.
Now, a pioneering new restoration project has allowed the 80-year-old to glimpse once more the city of his childhood.
“I can’t really run about any longer but at least my grandchildren can,” Jahangir said.
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