In 2001, after receiving a fund from the UNESCO, a museum has built by the government at Bagerhat in the UNESCO world heritage site “ Shat Gombuj Mosque ” complex. It is now being used as a learning center to let people aware about the ancient city named Khalifatabad established by Khan Jahan Ali which is known as Bagerhat today.
There are hotels in the tourist company of Mongla, for the tourists, there are general hotels in the port of Pashur. In the city of Khulna, there is a standard hotel in addition to the Hotel Royal, Castle Salam, Hotel Tiger Garden, Hotel West Inn, Hotel City Inn, Hotel Millini etc. Apart from quality hotels.
National Martyrs Memorial of Bangladesh About 35km from Dhaka is the National Martyr's Monument at Savar, built in memory of the millions who died in the liberation war during 1971. This 50M high and beautifully maintained structure was designed by the famous architect Mr. Moinul Hossain.
The Nine Dome Mosque Bengali: (নয় গম্বুজ মসজিদ) is a remarkable mosque in Bagerhat of Bangladesh. It was built in the fifteenth century by a Mughal general The Nine Dome Mosque Bengali: (নয় গম্বুজ মসজিদ) is a remarkable mosque in Bagerhat of Bangladesh.
Among the many surviving monuments of the Khan Jahan style and undoubtedly the most magnificent and largest brick mosque in Bangladesh, is the so called Sixty Dome Mosque. In reality, the mosque is roofed over with 77 small domes including seven chau-chala Bengali domes in the central row.
Bagerhat is nearly 200 miles away from Dhaka which is the capital of Bangladesh. Style. The 'Sixty Dome' Mosque has walls of unusually thick, tapered brick in the Tughlaq style and a hut-shaped roofline that anticipates later styles. The length of the mosque is 160 feet and width is 108 feet.