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Narayanganj is a big city and district of Bangladesh. Now Narayanganj is city corporation. The former capital of Bengal Sonargaon is hear. Lots of historical area are located in this city. It’s a historical city. The traveling area of Narayanganj are : Tomb of Sultan Giasuddin Azam Shah, Baba Saleh Mosque, Dewanbagh Mosque, Goaldi Mosque, three domed mosque of Sultan Jalaluddin Fateh Shah, Hajiganj Fort, Sunakanda Fort, Pagla Bridge, Kadam Rasul Dargah, Bandar Shahi Mosque, Shitolaxa River etc.

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