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Hazarduari Palace - it was built in 1837 by General Duncan Mcleod for Nawab Humaun Jah, descendent of Mir Zafar.
Imambara - built in 1847 AD. by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jahat at a cost of more than 6 lacs. The Imambara, which is the largest in Bengal, is perhaps the largest in India.
Moti Jhil - This beautiful horseshoe shaped lake was excavated by Nawazesh Mohammad, the husband of the famous Ghasseti Begum.
Barrack square - It was used for British army.
British town hall - Earlier used for recreation purpose for the British.
Old Cossimbazar Palace
New Cossimbazar Palace
Nasipur Palace - The Nasipur Palace was built by Kirti Chand, a descendent of Debi Singh. Debi Singh, who settled here from Punjab, was a tax collector in the early days of the East India Company
Pataleshwar temple of Cossimbazar - Residing in Kasimbazar is one of the most famous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, the history of Pataleshwar Temple could be dated back to some thousand years.