Galyat district, or slope tract, (additionally composed Galliat and Galiyat) is a tight strip or territory about 50–80 km north-east of Islamabad, Pakistan, stretching out on the two sides of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-Punjab outskirt, among Abbottabad and Murree. The word itself is gotten from the plural of the Urdu word gali, which implies a rear entryway between two mountains on the two sides of which there are valleys and it isn’t the most noteworthy point in the range. A significant number of the towns in the zone have the word gali as a major aspect of their names, and are well known visitor resorts.

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