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Nabin Chandra Saha Zamindar Bari At Narshingdi

Nabin Chandra Saha Zamindar Bari (Balapur Zamindar Bari) is located in Balapur village on the banks of river Meghna in the Paikarchar union of Narsingdi Sadar Upazila. Zamindar Nabin Chandra Saha established this Balapur zamindar house on 320 bighas of land. Meghna Ghat is next to this zamindar’s house and Nabin Chandra Saha built this […]

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Sreefaltali Zamindar Bari A Historical Place At Gazipur

Sreefaltali Zamindar Bari (Sreefaltali Zamindar Bari) is located in the Sreefaltali village of Kaliakair in Gazipur district which has become Chibaltali in local pronunciation. The Shrifaltali Zamindar Estate was formed by owning nine annas of the famous Talibanabad Parganas. The foundation stone of this Srifaltali zamindar house was laid by Rahim Newaz Khan Chowdhury, the […]

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Munlai Para A Beautiful Place At Bandorban

It is only a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Bandarban town to the peaceful hill village of Munlai Para in the 54 Bam family. Surrounded by hills and washed away by the Sangu River, the neighborhood offers standard but ecosystem homestays and a great taste of mountain cooking, thrilling trekking, kayaking, the country’s longest zip line, and […]

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Sippi Arsuang Hill A Beautifull Hill At Bandorban

Sippi Arsuang is one of the highest peaks in Bangladesh with a height of approximately 3034 feet which is the 10th highest peak in Bangladesh. The location of Sippy Arsuang Hills is in the depths of Roangchhari Upazila of Bandarban District in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. Located in Roangchhari, this hill can be […]

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Gajnar Bill A Visiting Place At Pabna

Gajnar Bill is one of the most important and scenic places in Sujanagar Upazila of Pabna district. The bill is located in the middle of Sujanagar Upazila which is about 35-38 km away from Pabna city. A narrow paved road bends it, splitting the bill in two, with water and water as far as the […]

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