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Curzon Hall
Curzon Hall

Curzon Hall

The Curzon Hall Bengali: (কার্জন হল) is a British Raj-era structure and home of the Faculty of Science of Dhaka University. The building was originally proposed to be a town hall and is named following Lord Curzon. He was the Viceroy of India who laid its base stone in 1904. Curzon Hall became the base of the university’s science faculty leading the establishment of Dhaka University in 1921.

The Curzon Hall is a mixture of Mughal and European architecture style. The buildings are red in color. It has many domes on the top of each building. Visitors can see beautiful horse-show curves and cusped hollows. The area is very calm and fairly with a very pleasant surroundings. They will find many trees and green grass in the neighborhood which will charm them.

The immensity of the total area of Curzon Hall is negligible from exterior. Several playing fields, flowerbeds and a big pond make it an uncommon site in present Dhaka city. The complete structure is made of red bricks. The building architecture takes the feelings of English and associate and continental Mughal styles. It is most attractive place for the tourists. They may also visit Shahid Ullah Hall at the same time of visiting Carzon Hall. They also can visit the Dhaka Gate, old high court and the museum of three leaders. These tourist attractions are very close to the Curzon Hall Area.

Curzon Hall is about sixteen Kilometers away from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. Visitors can take the bus, CNG or taxi to reach here from airport. It will take up to thirty minutes to attain the place if there is no transfer. There are many bus services are available within the country. Curzon Hall is very close to Shabag area. There are several high classes five and four star restaurants are available with all kinds of facilities.

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The Curzon Hall Bengali: (কার্জন হল) is a British Raj-era structure and home of the Faculty of Science of Dhaka University. The building was originally proposed to be a town hall and is named following Lord Curzon. He was the Viceroy of India who laid its base stone in 1904. Curzon Hall became the base …

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