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The Liberation War Museum is located in the centre of Dhaka city and was inaugurated on March 22, 1996. It is registered as a Society with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms, Bangladesh and also with the NGO Bureau of the Government of...More
From the earliest civilisation in Bangladesh, to the colonisation by the British, to partition, to preserving the Bengali language, and finally fighting and winning the civil war with Pakistan, this museum have all that you need to know about the history and struggles for independence...More
International Freshwater Dolphin Day 2018 (23 Oct) was celebrated in this Museum from 23 to 25 October. It was jointly organized by IUCN, Bangladesh Forest Department and UNDP.
Three days were furnished with photo-exhibition, story-telling, traditional songs and dances, origami session to make paper dolphins,...More
This small museum tells the story of this brave nation as it fought for its freedom. It is well documented, in a very detailed way, with original items, photos, and newspapers. Mostly, read, see, and let it sink in, grasp the sacrifices that were made...More
The museum helps you understand the pathos of our struggle for independence from colonial yoke. The items on display evoke anger, dismay and grief, but also serves to remind us of the supreme sacrifices made by the martyrs and liberation war fighters and all support...More