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Goethe Institute, Dhaka

A branch of the world-known institution which tries to popularize and maintain German culture and language.

Road No 9A, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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    Ruplal House

    An historic mansion situated in the Old Dhaka. It is looking towards the waterfront of the Buriganga River.

  • Salimullah Muslim Hall, Dhaka

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    Located in the University of Dhaka campus, this hall serves Muslim students who pray here. It is very large and has unique architecture.

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  • Sadarghat Riverfront, Dhaka

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    One of the largest river ports of the world is a thriving place. You can shop here or take a boat ride on the Buriganga river.

  • Pink Palace, Dhaka

    Pink Palace

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