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Description About Tourism or Parjatan Place of Lalmonithat
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Lalmonirhat Sadar Upazila is an ancient mosque located in Kismat Nagar. Mughal subaddar Mansur Khan built this mosque in 116 AH. It is said that Manjur Khan used to have a beard. Nidaria Mosque can be found two kilometers south of Rangpur-Kurigram highway from Lalmonirhat.
Railway bridge built over the river Teesta in Gokunda union of Sadar upazila. Built by the Northern Bengal Railway, it is the second largest railway bridge in the country. The railway bridge was built in 1899-1900 by the Pak army during independence
If damaged, the Bangladesh government later repaired it. At present the distance of this bridge is about 20 kilometers. You can go by bus.
Dahagram, Angarpota enclave and three bigha corridor located in Patgram upazila of Lalmonirhat district. It is the largest enclave of Bangladesh within India. During the partition of 1947, arrangements were made for a passage door to communicate with the then mainland of Pakistan, known as the Three Bigha Corridor. In 1992, three bighas of corridor were given to Bangladesh through Zara. At that time, Bangladeshis had the opportunity to travel for one hour in a row from morning to evening. Later, from April 2001, it is being kept open from 7.30 am to 7.30 pm.
The distance of three bigha corridor from Patgram Upazila Sadar is 10 kilometers. You have to take a rickshaw or a van to the place. The gate of the corridor was closed at 6:30 pm and you have to come back earlier. Photography is prohibited in the corridor area.
One of the land ports of the country is located at Srirampur in Patgram upazila of the district. The port was opened in 1986 in the Burimari Zero Point area to facilitate the import and export of goods by land with India, Bhutan and Nepal. Its distance from Patgram Upazila Sadar is about 14 kilometers.
Teesta Barrage is the largest irrigation project in the country located in Gaddimari Union of Hatibandha Upazila of the district. The Jast of Teesta Barrage started in 1989 and ended in 1990 with the aim of producing additional crops by irrigating uncultivated lands in the greater Rangpur, Dinajpur and Bogra districts. The length of this barrage with 44 radial gates over the river Teesta is about 615 meters. Its distance from Hatibandha Upazila Sadar by road is about 20 kilometers.