St Joseph High School and College

St Joseph High School and College St Joseph High School and College founded at Narinda in Dhaka in 1954 by Brother Jude, an American Missionary member of Congregation of Holy Cross working under the Catholic Archdiocese of Dhaka. The school was shifted to its present site at Mohammadpur in 1965. It continued as a Cambridge School until all English medium schools were asked by the government to change over to Bengali medium in 1972. It was then registered under Dhaka Board.
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Susang Durgapur Hills

Susang Durgapur Hills Susang Durgapur is 182 km from Dhaka, a real natural beauty of forest river & hills area where the Garos and other tribal live. You can also enjoy boating in the river. Wild Elephant some times comes from forest. But going to Susang Durgapur is a real troublesome for the tourists due to the location and communication problem in this area.
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Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden Botanical Garden is also situated in Mirpur just besides the National Zoo, built on an area of 205 acres of land. Approximately 50,000 plants and trees are there of 1200 species. Main attraction of this garden is rose garden. Approximately 300 species of roses are there in this garden.
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Anandamohan College

Anandamohan College Anandamohan College one of the largest colleges in Bangladesh, was established at mymensingh in 1901. ananda mohan bose established the Mymensingh Institution in 1883 in his own family residence at Rambabu Road of Mymensingh town. The institution was later renamed City Collegiate School. On 18 July 1901, it introduced a college branch as an affiliate of the Calcutta City College established by the Brahmo Samaj.
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Bangladesh national museum

Bangladesh national museum Bangladesh national museum is situated in shahbag. Located at the central point of the city. The museum contains a large number of interesting collections including sculptures and paintings of the Hindu, Buddhist and Muslim periods as well as inscriptions of the Holy Quran in Arabic and Persian letters and Bengali works in the Arabic script. The museum also has a rich collection of old coins, metal images, books on art, silver filigree works etc.
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Central Shahid Minar

Central Shahid Minar Symbol of Bengali nationalism. This monument was built to commemorate the martyrs of the historic Language movement of 1952. Hundreds and thousands of people with floral wreaths and bouquet gather on 21 February every year to pay respect in a solemn atmosphere.
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Shahid Suhrawardy Hospital

Shahid Suhrawardy Hospital Shahid Suhrawardy Hospital established as 'Ayub Central Hospital' in 1963 at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka. It is a general hospital with all modern facilities and is owned and managed by the government. Its buildings and the compound stand on an area of about 19 acres. The outdoor facilities of the hospital serve about 970 patients daily and the indoor facilities are provided by departments of medicine, ophthalmology, surgery, ENT, child diseases, dermatology, gynaecology, physiotherapy, and dentistry.
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Mausoleum of National Leaders

Mausoleum of National Leaders Its located at the southwestern corner of Suhrawardy Uddyan, it is the eternal resting place of great national leaders, Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Haque, Hossain Shahid Suhrawardy and Khaja Nazimuddin.
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Maoa Ghat

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Langalband

Langalband Langalband a Hindu holy place situated on the bank of old brahmaputra close to Dhaka-Chittagong highway, 20 kilometres to the southeast of Dhaka city. Every year on the 8th day of lunar fortnight in the Bengali month of Chaitra, thousands of Hindu devotees from home and abroad assemble there for Astami snan, a holy bath in the river. They believe that this bath will please Brahma and they will be relieved of their sins and distresses.
To facilitate bathing for the devotees, benevolent persons built a number of bathing ghats.
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