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Constructed in 1872 by Ali Amjads father, who's ancestry goes to Iran.
Beautiful standing artifact.
Worth taking a few pictures next to the clock tower...
The tower itself is far from grandeur, but it reminds us of the rich history of this land.
The Square of Dancing Circle besides the Ali Amjad's Clock is a famous place in Sylhet City area for Chatpati, Fuska and Tea-Coffee in a outdoor place since 2001.
This place is known to the local people as the 'Pooranpul' or 'Fooler Tol'.
Ali Amjad's Clock is one of the popular attractions and is the oldest clock tower located on the Northern bank of the Surma River at Chadnighat in Sylhet city, down left to the Kean Bridge. According to the history, the tower was built in 1872...More
A spot in Sylhet that's truly and remarkably nostalgic. Just for your information: the bridge has long past its safe usage expiry date. But it just still goes on...
The new Kazir Bazar bridge, however, allows easy and direct access to the highly popular and...More