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Historical Architecture
Gautam1Gautam1This is one of the most ancient historic monument still alive in Dhaka.But the property hugely lacks maintenance and is struggling to be alive.Its not a huge Palace as one might expect it to be..but if it is preserved still u can see the glimpse of the Past Nawabs of Dhaka
4.2/5
24 Reviews
Museum
渭南松赞干布渭南松赞干布The Bangladesh National Museum is located next to Dhaka University. The museum is divided into three floors and displays a large number of Hindu collections, including sculptures and paintings, as well as cultural relics and supplies of ancient human life in Bangladesh and portrayal of life models. The World Civilization Exhibition Hall of the museum also displays exhibits presented by China, South Korea, Iran, Switzerland and other countries.
4.9/5
18 Reviews
National Park
E61***81E61***81The Sundarbans mangrove forest covers an area of about 10,000 km2 . It’s very beautiful place
4.7/5
13 Reviews
Museum
Gautam1Gautam1The Liberation War Museum of Bangladesh মুক্তিযুদ্ধ জাদুঘর It is located at Segunbagicha, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is a museum that commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War, which led to the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan.A museum opened on 22 March 1996, and has more than 10,000 artifacts and exhibits on display in the museum or stored in its archives. It is currently being rebuilt.Bangladesh is located in the easternmost periphery of the Indian Subcontinent. The people of Bangladesh can be proud of a civilization that dates back to almost two millennium. For centuries, the lush and fertile plains of Bengal have attracted traders, travelers and conquerors alike. The Bengali culture has assimilated the influences left by these contacts but at the same time has retained its distinctive features. Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam have also left their own signatures in the life and society and in the process have helped to make Bengal a tolerant and secular society with a liberal outlook. Bengal is also the home to almost 45 different ethnic tribes, each with their distinct language and culture.Bangladesh carries a rich tradition of folklore and folk music, heavily influenced by mystic traditions, which in a large measure has given Bengal its characteristic of humanism and tolerance. The spread of modern education, the influence of the European Renaissance brought by the British, the literary excellence of Rabindranath Tagore, Kazi Nazrul Islam and others have deeply influenced the Bengalee society. There have been great social reformers like Rammohan Roy, Ishwar Chandra Gupta who have helped to modernize the society and its social customs. Begum Rokeya has pioneered education among conservative Muslim women.
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5 Reviews
Museum
E28***45E28***45it’s such a wonderful place to explore the history.. actually this museum is the best place to walk around historical beauty of Bangladeah..
4.9/5
9 Reviews
Beach
E27***27E27***27Cox’s Bazar world's longest sea - beach. if you Don't visits here than you regret it. very cheap place,sea food are very cheap here.Don't waste time come here quickly.

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