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National Museum: It is one of the main tourist attractions of Dhaka City. Dhaka Museum established in1913, patronized by Governor Lord Carmichael. In 1914 Nolini Kanto votto shali joined as a curator of Dhaka Museum. He did a lot to make it rich. That time it was in Phulbaria. After liberation Dhaka museum got the status as the national museum. There are displays from the Pala, Shen, Baro (12) Bhuyians, and Mughal’s past. A lot of traditional folk, paintings and handicrafts are available here. There are some displays of our Liberation war. National museum is in Shahbagh. It is open from Friday-Wednesday at10:30AM-5:30 PM(April-September) & 9:30AM -4:30PM(September-March).
Liberation War Museum : It was established to store the great history of our freedom fight and its memorial goods, arts and objects. There are personal dresses of the martyrs, used arms in the war and rare photos available here. It is in Segunbagicha. It is open everyday from 10AM – 6:30PM & Sunday is the closing day.
Central Shaheed Minar (Monument of the Martyrs) is a modern monument, it was built to commemorate the historic language movement of 1952.In 1952, people of Bangladesh, especially students and young generation fight against the govt. of Pakistan to establish Bangla as a state language. On 21 February in 1952 the police shoot on the protest rally organized by Dhaka university students. Some student and general people were killed and seriously injured that time. The monument was built for paying homage to the Martyrs. The monument is just north of Dhaka Medical College. It is open all time all the year. Anyone can come here from any where of Dhaka city by bus, rickshaw or Taxi/Cab.
Lalbagh Fort: Prince Azam, the third son of Aurangazeb started the construction of the Lalbagh fort and it was finished by Subedar Shaistha Khan. Azam Khan designed it combining a palace and a barracks. The Present attraction of this fort is a three domed mosque, the Mausoleum of Paribibi (daughter of Shaistha khan), the Darbar hall, a pond with cross-beam and Hammam(a place to taking bath, keeping hot & cold water).The mausoleum of Paribibi is an unique and important structure of Bangladesh, only where black basalt, white marble and encaustics tiles were used. The Lalbagh fort is open 10AM5 PM, everyday except Sunday. It is in Lalbagh (old Dhaka). Anyone can come here by taxi/Cab from any place of Dhaka city.
Ahsan Manzil: It is a pink palace of Dhaka, where any people interested to come. It is two-stored building in the bank of the river Buriganga.There is a dome in the middle of the building. It is renowned as a palace of the Nawab family. But at first it was built in the 18th century as a pleasure -house of Zaminder of Faridpur Sheikh Enayetullah. After his death his son handed it to the French marchants. The Nawab of Dhaka, Alimullah bought it from them and made it his residece. In 1872 Nawab Abdul Gani rebuilt this palace and named it ‘ Ahsan Manzil’. This building is the witness of the Bengal division, the Muslim league & independence of greater India. Ahsan manzil is now a museum, 23 galleries decorated with all historical goods & photos. It is now under supervision of the National museum authority. Ahsan Manzil is in Islampur (Old Dhaka), near Sadargaht launch terminal. Taxi, Bus, Rickshaw are available for tourist to come here easily. It is open on Sunday – Thursday at 10:30AM – 5:30PM (April-September) & 9:30AM — 4:30PM (October–March).Saturday it is open 2:30PM – 7:30 PM.
Chandrima Garden (Shrine of Shaheed Zia) — This is just north of the national parliament building. The shrine of late President Shaheed Ziaur Rahman is in this garden. Shaheed Zia declared the independence of Bangladesh in 1971.He was a sector commander of the war also. A monument on the garden and a nice bridge on the lake were built by the Bangladesh govt. here. This is open all time. A lot of visitors come here every day.
Bangabandhu Memorial Museum: It was the resident of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, is the key person of our liberation war. He declared independence of Bangladesh at first in Paltan ground on 7thMarch of 1971.He was the first prime-minister of Bangladesh. He was President when he was killed by some misguided army members in1975.Since then the house has been vacant. In 1994 it was formed as a Museum, named Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. Individually this house has historical value. Now some memorable arts and objects are decorated here. It is open from 10AM5PM except Wednesday. The Museum is in Dhanmondi, road No.32. Bus, Taxi are available to come here from anywhere of Dhaka.
National Parliament building (Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban): The National parliament building is a tourist attraction of Bangladesh. Renowned architect Louis Ikhan was the designer of this famous building. The construction of the building was started in 1964, but due to the liberation war the work was disturbed and in 1982 it was completed. There are 9 blocks of the building, it is 163 feet high. TheTotal area is cover by open court yard, garden & nice lake. Visitors can enter this building on parliament session only by special permission. But parliament premise is open for all if the session of the Parliament is off.
Dhakeshori Temple : It is a Hindu temple. Just one Km north-west of Lalbagh fort, lading from 12 century. It is largest temple of Dhaka city. Whole year it is open for all, from 7AM– 9PM.Every year 2nd week of October Durga Puja festival here colorfully.
National Memorial Monument (Jatiya Sriti Shoudho): It was build in the name of known and unknown Martyrs who sacrificed there lives in the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971. Architect Sayed Moinul hossen designed it and it was completed in 1982. The Seven Pair triangled wall were gradually constructed. It is 150 feet high. A lot of visitors came here to visit this nice historical monument. It is in Savar, 25 Km from Dhaka city. It is open every day. Anyone can come here by bus and taxi or cab easily.