Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban (The National Parliament Building)
at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, designed by the famous architect Louis I Kahn, is
known throughout the region for its distinctive architectural features. The
main building is surrounded by a lake which also doubles as a reflecting
pool and in set amidst spacious lawns.
Bangabhaban is the official residence of the head
of the state president of Bangladesh. Located in the capital Dhaka,
the building was built in 1964 as the office cum residence of the
provincial governor of the then East Pakistan. It was named as
Bangabhaban after the Independence.
This is a narrow street connecting Nawabpur Road with
Islampur Road. The street is flanked by shops with conch shell bangles, musical
instruments, statues and costumes. Islampur also boasts the guild of gold and
Sadarghat is one of the most remarkable areas in Dhaka,
situated a little left in front of the Ahsan Manzil. Sadarghat stands as a river
front on the famous river the Buriganga and related with the mainstream of
development during Mughal and British rule. Many historical remains of that
period still exists within this area.Now a days Sadarghat is one of the busiest
riverfront of Bangladesh from where big steamer, cargo vessels, motor launches
carry passengers as well as goods to from southern districts of Bangladesh.
Multipurpose trace activities involving huge number of traders within less than
a kilometer road between Sadarghat riverfront to Badamtoli is an overwhelming
experience for the foreign tourists also.