Lalbagh Fort

Lalbagh Fort

lovely remains of the mighty Mughal Empire in the heart of Dhaka

Location: 

Lalbagh Rd, Dhaka 1205, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Lalbagh Fort: built by Muhammad Azam Shah (King Azam) in 1678
  2. Setting: a tomb and a mosque surrounded by a green park and walls
  3. Park: nice place for the youth to hang out after school, especially couples
  4. Museum: small exhibition of Mughal clothing and weapons 
  5. Mughal Empire: Moslem sultanate ruling over Indiainfo-icon between 16th and 18th century

Image sources

  1. Walls around the fort
  2. Me enjoying the afternoon
  3. A walk at Lalbagh Fort
  4. Rickshaws in the streets
  5. Relaxed security guards

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