Here are 5 of the most bewildering museums dedicated to particular niches.
Dhaka is home to a diverse range of museums that provide a captivating glimpse into the nation's past, customs, and imaginative expression. Exploring these museums can be a thrilling and enlightening adventure for young children, elevating their comprehension of their country's rich history. Let us explore the best-rated museums in Dhaka that every child must visit.
A museum is a place to see things. This is a museum, paradoxically enough, you visit to not see.
The breath-taking beauty of the coastal town of Lakshmipur leaves a deep mark on the mind of any person. Rivers and nature make the coast of Lakshmipur beautiful.
Museums are interesting points of attractions for travellers who like to know about history. If you are not a history buff, the artifacts draw attention of even the most unimpressed travellers. That being said, if you are visiting Rajshahi, you should drop by and visit the Varendra Museum.
How many sleepless nights did the young man who would become one of soccer's greatest players spend gazing up at the ceiling, imagining dizzying dribbles, spectacular goals and hoisting the World Cup above his head?
Rabindranath Tagore's 'Shilaidah Kuthibari' and ‘Shahzadpur Kachharibari’ inspired some of his most celebrated literary works ranging from poetry to spiritual songs, which includes the translation of Gitanjali around 1912.
Archaeologists in Taiwan have found a 4,800-year-old human fossil of a mother holding an infant child in her arms, museum officials says.