Jossere district is positioned in the southwestern area of Bangladesh. The west part of Jossere is bordered by India. The south part is linked with two neighbor district named Khulna and Satkhira. It may be easily assumed that the eastern part of Jossere is related with both Magura and Narail district and in the north, there is another district named Jhenaidah.
History of Jessore: Jossere is one of the oldest cities in Bangladesh. In 1781, Jossere district was established containing four municipalities, thirty-six wards, eight large Upozila, ninety two unions, 1329 mouzas, 1434 villages and 120 mahallas. The upozillas are jossere sadar , Abhaynagar, Bagherpara, Chaugachha, , Jhikargachha, sharsha, keshabpur, manirampur.
Tourism in Jessore: now-a-days Jessore has become a tourism place, including its historical importance.
Dhopakhola: Dhopakhola village is situated in the Jessore Sadar Upozilla and it positions with an honored of its valiant descendant of freedom war. A mass momentous in Dhopakhola approximately thirty people surrendered their survives aimed at the motherland. The aforementioned has an archive for the sacrifices entitled ‘Shaheed Smrity Pathagar’ and alternative one known as ‘Dhopakhola Cattra Maytri Pathagar’ recognized through the young, spirited and supreme body fluid, Md Momin Uddin, an innovator of them is an undergraduate of Business Studies Faculty from Dhaka University.
Rampur: Rampur village has turned out to be a tourist charm intended for its island-like appearance bordered by twofold rivers which are named Jhapa Bayor as well as Khajura Bayor. The Kopotakkho River tides over the place.
Abhaynagar Upazila: There a small village named Dhoolgaam once had a wonderful multifaceted of 17 Hindu sanctuaries but merely single remains currently. Most of the sanctuaries were damaged through the Bhairab River.
Benapole Border Gate: Benapole is a boundary city in Bangladesh, the furthermost frequently used border when roaming in the middle of Kolkata in addition to Dhaka. The Indian on the side is known as Haridaspur.
Mallinath : A terracotta inscription bearing the spitting image of Mallinath, a woman tirthankar (saint) of the Jain religious conviction, was bring into being at the Embankment of Dam Dam Peer in Manirampur Upazila which is 1800 years old.
Many of Bangladeshis and also foreigners are coming to visit above places in all the year long.
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