Nimtoli Deuri becomes heritage museum
Nimtoli Deuri, a historic establishment in Dhaka built around 1765, has been turned into a heritage museum after restoration.
The main part of the 250-year old palace has already been ruined due to lack of conservation. The palace’s entrance has been restored and turned into a museum following efforts by the Asiatic Society.
The three-storey building with Mughal-era architectural pattern was built for the Nayebs and Nazims of Dhaka following the defeat of Bengal in the Battle of Plassey.
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