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Tin Netar Mazar
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The Tin Netar Mazar in Dhaka marking the burial place of the three pre-Liberation Bengali political leaders – A. K. Fazlul HuqKhawaja Nazimuddin and Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy – is an interpretation of the traditional Islamic architecture motif of arch.


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