This unusual mosque, with its striking mosaic decoration, dates from the early 18th century, although it has been radically altered. It...
Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection
This small area is known as Armanitola, and is named after the Armenian colony that settled here in the late 17th century. The white-...
Clouds of incense and a bursting paintbox of colours signal a welcome to so-called Hindu Street . Lined on either side with old houses,...
Cultural events are held at Osmani Auditorium, 1km southeast of the Supreme Court.
An Old Dhaka institution, Haji only does one dish – mutton biryani – but does it exceedingly well. This place is tiny, so you’ll almost...
29/1 North-South Rd · interesting places nearby
Wildly popular with the locals, and rightly so, Al-Razzaque does delicious curries, biryanis and Bangladeshi breakfasts, but the pièces de résistance here are the plate-sized flaky rotis, which are absolutely magnificent. No English menu, but some English spoken.