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25 Sep 2017
“An old mosque with emence historical value”
19 Feb 2016
“Witness of history”
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Gaur village, Rajshahi City, Bangladesh
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

It was an emotional event for me to watch this important part of history for the first time. It is a great architecture of past commemorating rise of Islam in this region. It also reflects mastery of stone cutting.

Thank ShahidL21
Reviewed 19 February 2016 via mobile

Must see to get idea of history as well as architecture.The misque it self a thing to do. Amazing designs with stone increases its beauty

2  Thank Dr.Tareque A
Reviewed 5 September 2015 via mobile

I think its a place to visit for its historical importance and also to see its architecture... The grave of one of Bangladeshi Heros Bir Srestho Capt. Mohiuddin Jahangir is also at its yeard

1  Thank Dr.Tareque A
Reviewed 29 April 2014

It's a bit of a trek on the bus from Rajshahi and buses are infrequent, we caught the 7.40am leaving Rajshahi (not from the main bus station, let your rickshaw driver know where you're going and he'll take you to the correct bus stand), and...More

4  Thank Julie C
Reviewed 18 September 2012

It is sometimes said that Bangladesh's greatest architectural achievements were in the area of terracotta. Combining fine terracotta decoration with a solid brick structure, topped with multiple domes, Choto Sona (known by several trans-literations) is one of this country's lovely old mosques. It is best...More

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Response from ShahidL21 | Reviewed this property |
It is near the boarder with India (maldaha district ?) at Shibgonj Upazila in Chaipainawabgonj District, north west part from Rajshahi District (a part of greater Rajshahi district).
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