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Sixty Domes Mosque was built in 1454 and is the largest brick mosque of Bangladesh.
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Bagerhat, Bangladesh
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Reviewed 12 June 2018

Located beside the Bagerhat-Khulna Highway, around 5 km from Bagerhat town. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest mosque from the Sultanate period. Though it is named as shait-gumbad or sixty domes mosque it has actually 81 domes based on stone pillars. Somehow...More

1  Thank Moinul K
Reviewed 5 February 2018

It was a good experience with colleagues very good place to watch and extremely beautiful. will go their again

Thank Khandakar M
Reviewed 23 November 2017

Quaint old building and it is good that it is preserved and maintained. Very interesting to visit and set in lovely grounds

1  Thank Davancar
Reviewed 13 October 2017

If you are travelling to Bagerhat area or just passing through on your way to the Sundarbans this is a must see area. The Shait-Gumbad Mosque is one of the oldest in the area, but not the only one. This mosque is definitely worth seeing...More

Thank Mike d
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

Shait-Gumbad Mosque is a place of historical interest. Its a reflection of art and architectural establishment of past era.

Thank mutasinuzzaman a
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Mind refreshing place, when you enter in the mosque u can feel the vibe of coolness. too good environment. and so many places to visit which was built at the same era.

Thank Kazi T
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

Shait Gumbag masjid one the the oldest historic masque better place as a sightseeing tours. 🌹🌸🌻🌺🌷🌼

Thank Momota47
Reviewed 30 September 2016

this is the 15th century mosque, founded by a saint-General, named Khan Jahan Ali. the main attraction inside the mosque. also from outside, its look beautiful. there is a big pond behind the mosque. and also a museum , on right side passing the main...More

Thank Hridoy_sust
Reviewed 21 September 2016

I visited with high expectations of a beautiful building but it was not as grand as I had hoped. Admittedly it is a Mosque and not built for Tourists, I was pleased I visited, everyone was friendly, but for me it didn't have the wow...More

1  Thank KiwiChChNZ
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This 'world heritage' is situated at Bagerhat District and can easily be accessed from Khulna City. The compound is beautiful, filled with trees and flowers; very peaceful. The compound has a small museum which is currently under renovation, so access is temporarily restricted. Just behind...More

1  Thank Fazal Mahmud R
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