6 Sights in Chattogram, Bangladesh (with Map and Images)


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Welcome to your journey through the most beautiful sights in Chattogram, Bangladesh! Whether you want to discover the city's historical treasures or experience its modern highlights, you'll find everything your heart desires here. Be inspired by our selection and plan your unforgettable adventure in Chattogram. Dive into the diversity of this fascinating city and discover everything it has to offer.

1. Cheragi Pahar

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Cheragi Pahar is a cultural and historical place located at Chittagong, Bangladesh. Most of the cultural activities of Chittagong and related business were established in the place. Some parts of the region Momin Road are the part of Cheragee Pahar Circle.

Wikipedia: Cheragi Pahar (EN)

2. Shrine of Bayazid Bostami

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The Shrine of Bayazid Bostami is a shrine in Chattogram, Bangladesh. Bayazid Bostami was a famous Persian Sufi born in Bostam, Iran. Its shrine area as a complex consists of a tomb surrounded by a brick structure along with an old mosque and a large pond. There is no significant historical evidence about Bostami's visit and tomb in this area. The whole complex is located on a hillock of Nasirabad, considered to be a holy place and attracts a large number of visitors and pilgrims daily.

Wikipedia: Shrine of Bayazid Bostami (EN)

3. Chatteshwari Temple

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Sree Chatteshwari Kali Temple is a Hindu temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kali located in the centre of Chattogram (Chittagong) city in Bangladesh. It is considered one of the prominent Shakti Peethas of Bengal. The name Chattogram (Chittagong) is said to have been derived from the word Chatteshwari devi of Chatteshwari Temple. The name "Chatteshwari" means the "goddess of Chattogram". This temple was damaged by Pakistani soldiers during the Bangladesh liberation war. The temple was rebuilt by the Chakraborty family. The previous idol was made of neem wood which was nearly destroyed during the war. Only upper portion of the idol was rescued by a member of Chakraborty family after the war ended. The half neem wood idol is still there in the temple. After the war ended the temple was rebuilt by the family and a new statue was established which was made in Benaras and taken to the temple from India by air by a member of Chakraborty family named Tarapada Adhikary also known as Tarapada Chakraborty. The statue was donated by Tarun Kanti Ghosh and his family -ex minister of West Bengal.

Wikipedia: Chatteshwari Temple (EN)

4. Central Railway Building

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Central Railway BuildingOmar Faruk.bd from Dhaka, Bangladesh / CC BY 2.0

The Central Railway Building (CRB) is situated in the scenic hilly area of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is the governing office for the general manager of Bangladesh Railway. Construction started in 1897, it is one of the oldest buildings of the port city. To the east, across CRB Road, is Railway Hospital at CRB, built in 1994. There is a proposal to establish a 50-bed medical college at CRB and up-grade the existing Railway Hospital to 250 beds. There is a residential area for the railway officers surrounding it.

Wikipedia: Central Railway Building (EN)

5. Chattogram Central Shaheed Minar

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Chittagong Central Shaheed Minar is located in the KC Dey Road area of the port city of Chittagong. The Shaheed Minar was built on 20 February 1962. Chittagong City Corporation is in charge of the supervision of the Shaheed Minar. Under the Chittagong Cultural Complex project, the Shaheed Minar was demolished for reconstruction in the same design and its reconstruction work is currently underway. Until the completion of the construction work, a temporary Shaheed Minar was constructed at the Chittagong Municipal Model School and College ground to observe different day programs.

Wikipedia: কেন্দ্রীয় শহীদ মিনার, চট্টগ্রাম (BN)

6. Masjid-e-Siraj ud-Daulah

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The Chandanpura Mosque, also known as Masjid-e-Siraj ud-Daulah, is a mosque situated on Nabab Siraj ud-Daulah Road in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is a landmark well known for its impressive architecture consisting of multiple domes and minarets painted in bright colors. Although it was renovated in 1952, the mosque has deteriorated over the years due to environmental factors, such as air pollution.

Wikipedia: Masjid-e-Siraj ud-Daulah (EN)


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