Khulna and Bagerhat, Bangladesh

Photos taken by David Stanley on a visit to Khulna and Bagerhat, Bangladesh.
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Shait Gumbad Mosque (1459) at Bagerhat, Bangladesh, has 77 domes although the name translates "60 Dome Mosque".

Shait Gumbad Mosque (1459) at Bagerhat, Bangladesh, has 77 domes although the name translates "60 Dome Mosque".

Impatient passengers awaiting their train on a railway platform between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

Impatient passengers awaiting their train on a railway platform between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

A group of old men relaxing inside the Shait Gumbad Mosque (1459) in Bagerhat, Bangladesh.

A group of old men relaxing inside the Shait Gumbad Mosque (1459) in Bagerhat, Bangladesh.

The Bagerhat Museum is next to Shait Gumbad Mosque at Bagerhat, Bangladesh.

The Bagerhat Museum is next to Shait Gumbad Mosque at Bagerhat, Bangladesh.

Flying is the easy way to avoid the many rivers and roundabout roads between Jessore and Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Flying is the easy way to avoid the many rivers and roundabout roads between Jessore and Dhaka, Bangladesh.

US-Bangla Airlines offers daily flights from Dhaka to Jessore and Chittagong, Bangladesh.

US-Bangla Airlines offers daily flights from Dhaka to Jessore and Chittagong, Bangladesh.

A banana depot behind a railway station between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

A banana depot behind a railway station between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

Passengers awaiting a local train on a platform between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

Passengers awaiting a local train on a platform between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

Bananas are sold of the platforms of railway stations between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

Bananas are sold of the platforms of railway stations between Rajshahi and Khulna, Bangladesh.

A ferry carries cars and pedestrians across the Rupsa Riiver at Khulna, Bangladesh. Since the opening of a bridge just downstream in 2005 far fewer vehicles use the ferry.

A ferry carries cars and pedestrians across the Rupsa Riiver at Khulna, Bangladesh. Since the opening of a bridge just downstream in 2005 far fewer vehicles use the ferry.

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