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Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur: Tours & Tickets

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This monastery was built during the Pala period. This is nominated as UNESCO World Heritage. This monastery has a top position in world history for its polished and gigantic architectural work. Each side of the monastery measures 900ft in length and is constructed of monk’s
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If you like old architecture, you must have to visit this impressive archeological site. This is one of the UNESCO sites among the three recognized site form Bangladesh. Looking at the central temple and surrounding 177 cells will remind you of an exclusive place where once
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This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the oldest Buddhist Viharas (universities) of world. This is an excavation and there is a beautiful museum inside. worth visiting. Spending time in the museum is worthy as it has a number of artifacts of the black stones, sand stones,
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A Buddhist monastery dating from the 8th c, the area is the country’s most impressive archaeological site. It is massive at some 27 acres. Built by Dharmapala, the second Pala king, it had 177 monastic cells. The terraced central temple was done in cruciform shape, measuring a
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Dharma Pala of Pala Dynasty ( 8 to 12 century) whose empires extended from Bengal ( ancient Bangladesh) to Afghanistan had built this monastery as a university. This is the biggest of all Buddhist Bihars in Indian subcontinent. This is situated in Naogaon District of Norther
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