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Bangladesh Heritage Area

Ahsan Manjil ***
Lalbag Fort***
National Museum ****
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Science Museum
Shadhinota Stambha
National Poet's Graveyard
Suhrawardy Uddyan
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Sonargaon
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Tungipara
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Sri Chaitannya Dev Temple
Shahi Eidgah
Shat Gambuj Mosque
 

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Rangamati
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Kuakata
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Cox's Bazar
Himchori & Inani Beach
Moheshkhali Island
Sonadia Island
St. Martins Island
Nijhum Island
 
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Tamabil
Sundarban
Bhawal National Park
Modhupur Picnic Spot
Gajni Parjatan Center
Jaflong
 
 
 
 

 

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Churches

While SIM has been in Bangladesh in recent years, Christian involvement in Bangladesh began over 200 years ago. Nevertheless, Christianity has been accepted by only a small segment of the population.

Protestant missions began with the work of William Carey in Calcutta in 1793. It expanded to the north of what is now Bangladesh in 1795 and then east to Dhaka in 1816. There were mass conversions in the central north around Mymensingh during the end of the 19th century. The Baptist Union of Bangladesh is the resulting organization from this work and from service among the people of Chittagong. The Bangladesh Baptist Fellowship began later and is a combination of ministries established by Baptists from Australia and New Zealand and Southern Baptists from the United States. Anglicans and Presbyterians (English) arrived later. Their work is combined in the Church of Bangladesh. Due to the difficulties related to the 1971 civil conflict, this work is now basically independent. The Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church has backing from Norwegian, Danish and American Lutheran bodies. The Sylhet church was founded by Presbyterians (Welsh). There are many smaller groups working in the country.

 

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