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- Lalbagh Fort
- Alt Name:
- Mughal Empire
- South-central Asia
- 1600AD - 1699AD
Lalbagh Fort history
The Lalbagh Fort is a seventeenth century Mughal fortified palace in Dhaka which was never completed. In the mid-nineteenth century, the Lalbagh Fort was the scene of - ultimately unsuccessful - revolts by the local soldiers against the British during the Great Rebellion.
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Address: Lalbagh Fort, Pushporaj Shaha Ln, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Phone: Contact local tourist office.
Directions to Lalbagh Fort:
Located in the northwest of Dhaka in Bangladesh
Lalbagh Fort opening times and ticket prices:
Generally open 10am-5pm. Entry approx 10-15Tk.
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