Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho (National Martyrs' Memorial), Savar

Admire Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho (National Martyrs' Memorial) and enjoy the atmosphere it provides in combination with the gardens around it. This national monument commemorates the sacrifice of all the people who gave their lives to bring independence as well as separation from Pakistan. Architect Syed Mainul Hossain designed the 46 m (150 ft) tall monument, with its construction completed in 1982. The composition of seven triangle concrete structures, the history behind the monument, and its symbolic value make this attraction special. Take a look at our Savar trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Jatiyo Sriti Shoudho (National Martyrs' Memorial) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Magnificent, artistic, the surrounding garden is very good. 12 floors tall. 7 triangular bodies. Unfortunately not stone, marble or anything. But the cement structure. And it's too far from the city. Artistic all Bengal first.
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  • This park / monument / memorial located in Savar in NW Dhaka is worth the trouble of getting here. The park itself is sprawling, and pays tribute to the events leading to independence from Pakistan in...  more »
  • One of the most iconic places in Bangladesh. Situated just outside of dhaka city. It was built in memory of martyrs of liberation war. There are 10 mass graves in the premises. The place is beautiful ...  more »
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  • One of the most iconic places in Bangladesh. Situated just outside of dhaka city. It was built in memory of martyrs of liberation war. There are 10 mass graves in the premises. The place is beautiful and serene. It is open all day long, everyday. On 26 March the independence day and 16 December the victory day a large number of people visit this place and show their respect to the people who laid their lives for independence. This is a great and secure place to visit.
  • It's a good historical place related with war against Pakistan in 1971. There are several grave yard here where Pakistani Army killed Bangladeshi freedom fighters. Afterword Bangladesh govt build a memorial which is excellent architecture. The environment is also beautiful You can have a very good time with your family and friends Beware about outside street foods. It's overpriced even triple times. After having food you will discover what you did.
  • A calm place in the outskirts of frantically busy Dhaka. Very well maintained. And full of history. Not only because it's a National Martyr's Memorial but most of all since there are hundreds of trees planted by global leaders during their visits to Bangladesh. Dr Kenneth Kaunda, Jimmy Carter, the Pope, and a lot more. I spent there round about two hours. I could have spent many more. Great place worth visiting.
  • It is beautiful place with beautiful nature and environment. It is made for a great reason too. The greatest bengali peoples who died for the independence of Bangladesh. You can visit this place for two great reason comfort & history. I think you will feel great after the visit
  • One of the greatest monument of Bangladesh that represents our pride & glory. This place should be maintained properly as many people doesn't know how to show respect of the unknown martyrs.
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