Bibichini Shahi Mosque

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Type: Landmark
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Steeped in history and religious significance, the Bibichini Shahi Mosque stands tall in Barguna District, Bangladesh. Built in 1659 by Islamic preacher Shah Neyamat Ullah, the mosque reflects Mughal architectural influences. Imagine a structure constructed with red bricks, possibly featuring arches and intricate detailing. The mosque's name holds a special meaning - it was named after Shah Neyamat Ullah's daughter, Chini Bibi, and the village where it's located, Bibichini.

Standing 33 feet tall and wide, the Bibichini Shahi Mosque offers a glimpse into Bangladesh's Islamic heritage.  It's not just a place of worship but also a testament to the architectural styles of the Mughal era.  Today, the mosque is a protected archaeological site, attracting visitors interested in history, religion, and architecture.

Besides this landmark, there are two more landmarks listed in Barguna. There's also five attractions listed in this district in other categories. You will find the exact location of Bibichini Shahi Mosque on the map above.

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Nearby Landmarks

Following is a list of other landmarks found within few kilometers of Bibichini Shahi Mosque. You may also view all landmarks in Barguna, Barisal Division.