Ruins Panam City in Bangladesh

Panam City Bangladesh
Panam City In Bangladesh
Historical Panam City Was Built By The Some Bangladeshi Businessmen, Mainly Some of The Hindu Cloth Merchants, in the 19th century. It Was Built In The Once Capital of Bangladesh – Sonargaon. This city is Now in Ruins. In the First of 19th century, Panam city was Built in Sonargaon Village. That time, Business of cotton and other cloths were developed based on the Panam city. That time, Sonargaon Got it Heritage back a little. In the first part of the 20th century, Some Rich Hindu Businessmen Started to Live Permanently in the Panam city With Family. The Still Remaining Ruins of the Buildings were the Residence of those Businessmen. In those Days, no City at the East Bengal was  near as Wealthy as Panam City. All the Buildings in the Panam city was Built facing a single Road, which is 5 miter long and 600 miter wide. In the city still Remains 52 Old Buildings. The whole city is surrounded with artificial canals. These canals was dug to protect the city from any outside attack. There was only one Pool or Bridge to enter the city in the west Road side. Back of every building is a pond. These ponds was used for household works. After the 1965 war of India-Pakistan, All Hindu Businessmen Started to Leave, and the City was Deserted. World Monument Fund Listed This Panam city in the World 100 Ruined city in 2006.