Bahadur Shah Park, located in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a striking war memorial set amidst the splendor of nature. It was built in 1858 at the initiative of Nawab Khwaja Abdul Ghani, in the Sadarghat area. It was called Victoria Park until 1947. After that, it was renamed after Bahadur Shah II, the last Mughal emperor.
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... There were many institutions around the park ... students of these institutions gather and gossip in the park area and many health conscious people entered into the park for jogging and walking both in the morning and in the afternoon ... The park attracts some two thousand visitors each day and frequently sets the scene for cultural and religious festivals ...
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