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The Mirkadim Bridge is located in the village of Panam Polghata on the Mirkadim Canal, bordering the ancient and extinct Srivikrampur metropolis. The exact date and construction of the bridge are not known, but it is believed to have been built during the Mughal period. The bridge has three arches and limestone was used in its construction. The Panam Pulghata bridge built during the Mughal period at Rampal in Munshiganj is deteriorating due to lack of maintenance. Various parts of the 181-foot-long bridge made of limestone have already collapsed. Ashikur Rahman NaziL video.

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