Dakhil Darwaja (Monument) snapshot
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The gateway or the Dakhil Darwaja was constructed in 1425 AD. The structure is made with red bricks and admired with terracotta work. This gate measuring 34.5 m wide and 21 m in height was once the main gate of a fort that no longer exists. The fort has four corners, which feature five-storey towers. In the south-eastern corner of the fort, there is a 20 m high wall encircling the remnants of an age-old palace.
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Most of the buildings that still exist in Gour are known for their architectural value. The buildings are built of small mud bricks with designs carved on them which are one of its kind. Dakhil Darwaza is no exception. While going to Gour from Malda, you will first come across here.
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