Baltit Fort is an old post in the Hunza valley in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Established in the first CE, it has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative rundown since 2004.
Before, the endurance of the primitive system of Hunza was guaranteed by the great fortification, which neglects Karimabad. The establishments of the fortification go back to 700 years prior, with revamps and adjustments throughout the hundreds of years. In the sixteenth century the nearby sovereign wedded a princess from Baltistan who brought ace Balti skilled workers to redesign the structure as a feature of her endowment.
The Mirs of Hunza relinquished the fortification in 1945, and moved to another castle down the slope. The fortress began to rot which caused worry that it may perhaps fall into ruin. Following a review by the Royal Geographical Society of London a reclamation program was started and upheld by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture Historic Cities Support Program. The program was finished in 1996 and the fortress is presently an exhibition hall kept running by the Baltit Heritage Trust.