Dhaka (Capital) is placed at Buriganga River side. It has the best
weather in Bangladesh and naturally the most population. Most economic
and society activities are centered here. Dhaka's premier attraction
is Lalbagh Fort, an unfinished Fort dating from 1678, located in Old
City. Old City contains a couple of attractive mosques, including Hussein
Dolan. National Museum is in the north of the Old City, in the
old European Zone known as Modern City.
The second largest city in Bangladesh, sits on the bank of the
Karnapuli River and has an interesting old waterfront area known as
Sadarghat which reflects the importance of river trade to city's
growth. The Shah Jama-e-Masjid and Qadam
Mubarak Mosque are two of the most impressive buildings in this
An ancient city with 800 years history, is placed in the north of
Bangladesh, with Buddhist people.
Its people are interested in crafts, such as weaving, pottery