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This is in my opinion the best attraction to see in Dhaka, the one you shouldn't miss. The fort spans over a big area with a tomb, a hamam (Turkish bath, which is now a museum), a mosques among some other things in the area....More
Lalbag Fort, located in the old city of Dhaka and stands before Buriganga River. It's a historical heritage of Bangladesh. This monument was constructed by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself in 17th century. I loved...More
it is a beautiful fort and mausoleum. The gardens are nice but could have been better taken care of. Located in the heart of Dhaka in Lalbagh. u can spend a few hours and relax in this crazy Old Dhaka. however, this place could have...More
Lalbag fort is identified as a must to visit in Dhaka but it’s quite a let down. There isn’t much things to see and is quite crowded In The afternoon. The ponds are not filled with water and let run dry so the aura of...More
The Mughal prince Muhammad Azam, third son of Aurangzeb started the work of the fort in 1678 during his vice-royalty in Bengal. He stayed in Bengal for 15 months. The fort remained incomplete when he was called away by his father Aurangzeb.
Shaista Khan was...More