Bangladesh is a country with mixed kind of things in almost every case and this fact makes everything very much interesting about it. Let me make my point clear and specific. Bangladesh is situated on the eastern border of India and was earlier known as East Pakistan.
The influence which is found on many things in this country is that of different cultures, dynasties, people and more importantly geographical inevitabilities.Though it is strong and orthodox Muslim country, it is also one of the very few Muslim Democratic countries present in the world today.
The Portuguese traders, Mughal Emperors and Christine missionaries have together made an ever lasting and rich impact on the culture of this country though it is known as Muslim Republic of Bangladesh.
This is the country which belongs to the list of poorest countries but still huge and attractive monuments in Bangladesh are worth a visit. People of Bangladesh are also loving and affectionate towards the visitors and hence a visit to this country is a memorable experience. Here we will be looking at some of the famous man made monuments in Bangladesh.
Historical Monuments Of Bangladesh
Dhakeshwari National Temple
This is a very old but lovely place of Hindu Worship in Bangladesh. It is situated close to the University of Bangladesh and is dedicated to the goddess of Dhaka. There are individual shrines of God Shiva inside this 11th century
temple which is very rich in its architecture.
Originally a place of military club during the British era, this is a famous monumental place named after Husseyn Shaheed Suhrwardy.
This place was earlier known as Ramma Race. This is also a famous resting place of three national heroes.
Language Moment Demonstrations is crucially important happening in the history of Bangladesh known as East Pakistan when it took place in 1952.
This is the monument established to commemorate the people who were killed during this moment. This is the place now which is famous for the sacrifice and bravery of the students and is truly inspirational for the youth.
National Monument for Martyrs
This a piece of a catchy structure and delicate architecture which resembles of layered triangles which looks like sails and is located in Savar in Bangladesh. The height of this structure is about 150 feet and it boast of an attractive feature.
It seems to be changing the shape and the angle on what time of the day you visit. This is the location which is inspirational and is better for the understanding of the country.
This is one more famous monument in Bangladesh and is a humble sample of a delicate civil work. This is the place which is known as Pink Palace and was constructed during 1859 to 1872.
It is also known as Ranga Mahal and is a residence place of Navab of Dhaka and the visiting dignitaries during his tenure at the helm. It is structured in beautiful pink stone with huge dome and also has a breathtaking view of Buriganga River.