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Islamabad is a 1960s answer to the teeming Asian city. Built from scratch as the new capital of Pakistan (replacing Karachi) the city is divided into eight zones, each with its own facilities to serve the 800,000 inhabitants. Like other recently-built capitals, it has a genuinely international, ‘diplomatic’ feel – and a newness that is reflected whenever you take in the skyline.