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National Museum of Science and Technology in Bangladesh

The National Museum of Science and Technology in Dhaka, Bangladesh, was established in 1966 by the government of Pakistan. It was first based in the Dhaka Public Library building, after which the museum moved a number of times before it was established in its permanent home in 1981.

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Visit the Intriguing Somapura Mahavira

Somapura Mahavira (Great Monastery) is a Buddhist monastery situated in the Rajshahi District in the north of Bangladesh. It was commissioned to be built by the Pala Emperor Dharmapala and was completed in 810 AD. The development of Mahayana Buddhism in Bengal from the seventh century onwards is evident in Somapura Mahavira. Although no longer occupied, the monastery has served as an important intellectual center which, in the past, was used in turn by Buddhists, Jains and Hindus.

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Puthia – Venture Off the Beaten Track

Puthia is a culturally rich sub-district (Upazila) of the Rajshahi District in Bangladesh. The largest number of historically significant Hindu structures in Bangladesh is found in Puthia. Many of these structures are well preserved and Puthia is an interesting area for tourists to explore and gain insight into the history and culture of Bangladesh.

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Tour the Fascinating Lalbagh Fort

The popular tourist attraction of Fort Aurangabad, more commonly known as Lalbagh Fort, is situated on the banks of the Buriganga River in the northwestern area of Dhaka, Bangladesh. As with many archaeological treasures in Bangladesh, the Lalbagh Fort has a long and interesting history and it is widely agreed that Lalbagh Fort stands as a monument to the unfulfilled dreams of Prince Muhammad Azam.

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Bara Din – Christmas in Bangladesh

As with many families and friends across the world, Bangladesh comes alive with festivities and decorations on Christmas day. In Bangladesh however, Christmas is often referred to as Bara Din, which means the “Big Day”. Churches are illuminated with lights and the festive spirit in anticipation of Bara Din, and it is a festival that is celebrated with love, joy and sharing. As the streets and homes start taking on the form of Christmas wonderlands, with trees, branches and lights adorning houses and lining streets, a feeling of compassion and understanding begins to fill the air.

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Relax on the Sands of Patenga Beach

Many visitors to Bangladesh find Chittagong to be the perfect tourist destination. It is filled with dense green forests, endless rolling hills, a moderate climate and breathtaking beaches. Since the seventh century, Chittagong has been mentioned in many documents as a seaport of mystical beauty and magnificent charm. The bustling harbor stands in stark contrast to the tranquility and peaceful surroundings of the city. And attractions, such as Patenga Beach, ensure a constant influx of travelers and visitors.

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Travel to the Marvelous City of Mymensingh

The city of Mymensingh (also known as Nasirabad), situated on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, is the capital of the district of the same name in Dhaka division, Bangladesh. The district of Mymensingh covers an area of approximately 4,363 kilometers consisting mainly of flat open cultivated fields well watered by numerous rivers, with some elevated jungle areas and nature reserves as well as a game sanctuary

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Citigroup’s Global Community Day in Bangladesh

Leading world-wide financial institution, Citigroup, observe one day each year in which their employees, along with family and friends, in over 100 countries unite as a global team for Global Community Day. Citibank (a branch of Citigroup) in Bangladesh are organizing a special day for the benefit of the mentally and physically impaired children under the care of the Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation. This will take place as part of Global Community Day on 17 November 2007.

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