The museum pays tribute to former President Ziaur Rahman, affectionately known as "Zia. During the Liberation War Zia was lieutenant-general of the army and it was he who read the declaration of independence on the radio. The microphone and transmitter used that day are also conserved here, as well as many other objects that belonged to Zia. The museum includes 12 galleries featuring photos, diplomats and official gifts in representation, office and chair chair and many personal objects. The whole allows to trace Bangladesh's History from the Liberation War to the assassination of Zia in 1981. The last gallery has a revival of his death. The museum itself is an interesting building in Burmese style, built in 1913. It housed the Circuit house before being transformed into a museum in 1993.
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