Frere Hall is an iconic building in Karachi, Pakistan. It was built during the British Colonial era to honor Sir Henry Frere who is believed to have promoted economic growth in Sindh.
He also made the Sindhi language mandatory in the province. The place is now a massive library, probably the largest in Karachi, and contains more than 70,000 books. More than to read the books in the library, most people visiting the place come there to see the building, which is a sight in itself. And if you happen to browse through the books collection, you'd come across texts that you may not get to see anywhere else in the country.