The walled city of Lahore has many old buildings, some of which have been restored. This particular building used to be a "house of ill repute" during the Moghul era, where the nobles would go for entertainment, and be plied with wine and dancing girls. Now it serves as a very nice restaurant called Haveli. They have retained the original doorway to the courtyard from ancient times, albeit with a few fixes.
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