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History Museum
“Ahsan Manzil was the official residential palace and seat of the Nawab of Dhaka. The building is situated at Kumartoli along the banks of the Buriganga River in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Construction was started in 1859 and was completed in 1872. It was constructed in the Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture. Address: 2/3 Islampur Rd, Dhaka Architectural style: Indo-Saracenic architecture Function: Palace Hours: Closes 5:30 PM Phone: 02-57391122”
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Museum
“The Bangladesh National Museum is the national museum of Bangladesh. The museum is well organized and displays have been housed chronologically in several departments like department of ethnography Address: Shahbagh, Dhaka 1000 Opened: 1913 Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30 PM Phone: 02-58614880”
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Galería de arte
“One cannot write an article about cultural spaces in Dhanmondi without mentioning Drik Gallery. Situated opposite to Nando's at Dhanmondi Road #27, Drik Gallery hosts numerous events throughout the year, most centered on the exhibition of photography. A strong and widely influential network of photographers has formed around Drik Gallery and seeing their work will certainly leave you with a new perspective. Aside from photography exhibitions, Drik Gallery, as well as the other art galleries in Dhanmondi, such as Bengal Art Lounge, Chitrak and Gallery 21, all host a variety of exhibitions from poetry and literary events to painting and even numerous fairs throughout the year.”
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Galería de arte
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History Museum
Museum
“Dating from 1872, the must-see Pink Palace was built on the site of an old French factory by Nawab Abdul Ghani, the city’s wealthiest zamindar (landowner). Some 16 years after the palace’s construction, it was damaged by a tornado, then altered during restoration, becoming even grander than before. Lord Curzon stayed here whenever he was in town. After the death of the nawab (prince) and his son, the family fortune was dispersed and the palace eventually fell into disrepair. It was saved from oblivion by massive restoration in the late 1980s, aided by photos of each of the 23 rooms, taken during the high point of the palace’s history. ”
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History Museum
“The Liberation War Museum is a museum in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, which commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War that led to the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan. Wikipedia Address: Plot F11 A/B, Agargaon, Civic Sector, Dhaka 1207 Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:00 PM Phone: 02-9142781”
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Museum
“Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) Museum, solely dedicated to display the rich heritage and glorious history of BAF. BAF came into being during the agitated days of our sacred War of Liberation in 1971 with meager resources and manpower. BAF Museum, within its lofty interior, proudly offers different phased out aircraft including the aircrafts those took part in our glorious Liberation War. BAF Museum gives importance to provide knowledge on the field of aviation to all our visitors. Therefore, we encourage you to plan your visit to this modern aviation museum of BAF.”
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Museum
“Bangabandhu Bhaban was the personal residence of the founding father and President of Bangladesh. Sheikh Mujib was killed along with most of his family in the residence, and today it is a museum. It is located in Dhanmondi, Dhaka.”
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Museum
“National Museum of Science and Technology (NMST)[1] (Bengali: জাতীয় বিজ্ঞান ও প্রযুক্তি জাদুঘর) in Dhaka, Bangladesh was founded on April 26, 1965 by the Pakistani government and became a part of Bangladesh's Ministry of Science and Technology following the Bangladesh Liberation War. It was first based in the Dhaka Public Library, and moved a number of times before its permanent home was completed in 1981. The NMST serves as Bangladesh's only science museum and organizes science education activities at a national level. The museum has several galleries such as its physical science gallery, fun science gallery (1 & 2), biological science gallery, technological gallery, IT gallery, space scie”
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Galería de arte
“Gallery 21 had opened doors for young artists in 1997, to provide them with a platform to express their views and a space that they could call their own at a time when “big names” were all that mattered. ”
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