Pink Palace Dhaka

Pink Palace Dhaka

a huge aristocrat's building coloured all in pink called Ahsan Manzil

Location: 

Bindu Britto Goli, Dhaka 1216, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Friday, August 11, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Ahsan Manzil: residence of the Nawab of Dhaka, an aristocrat family
  2. Pink Palace Dhaka: yes, the building and surrounding walls are all pink
  3. Shadarghat: perfectly located at the Port of Dhaka at the Buriganga
  4. Public holidy: unfortunately, the palace was closed on my visit
  5. Market: surrounded by busy streets with many street vendors

Image sources

  1. Old man in the streets of Dhaka
  2. Street in front of the Ahsan Manzil
  3. Ahsan Manzil, the Pink Palace!
  4. Me in the streets of Dhaka
  5. Side view of the Pink Palace

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