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Our Tangail District Judge Court Premises || Tuesday Travel ||

Our Tangail District Judge Court Premises || Tuesday Travel ||

March 2020 · 3 min read · Dhaka Division

# Hello all travel lover

How are all.Hope all are well.I am also good.You know I am Aminul Islam.I live in Tangail district of Bangladesh.

Today I will talk to you about my another trip.

# Let's talk

Guys you know I love to travel.Earlier I posted about a lot of travel.

Traveling is a hobby of my life.Traveling is a part of my life.Because traveling brings joy to life.Mind and health are good when traveling.I always share with you the beautiful moments of my travel.

Likewise, on Tuesday I traveled to the Judge Court premises in our Tangail district.We have a District Judge Court in Tangail.In this court different criminals are tried.It is located inside our city of Tangail.All the people of Tangail call this place district.I went on a trip to the Judge Court premises yesterday afternoon on Tuesday.There, I turned around and saw.The Judge Court premises is huge.There are plenty of places.There are big gates on the road.And this gate is called the District Gate.The Judge Court premises has a large fields.In addition, there are helipads for taking down helicopters.On the other side there are huge ponds.There is a road through the Judge Court premises.I turned around and saw everything.I walked there a long time.I loved being there.The atmosphere there was very nice.While walking there I took some pictures.I took pictures with my used mobile camera.I shared the pictures here with you.

Guys, this was the story of my Tangail Judge Court premises travel on yesterday Tuesday.It was a beautiful moment.So, I shared with you the moment of that my beautiful travel.I hope you all like my travel story.

Thank you, Have a nice day.

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# About Me

# @mdaminulislam

> I am Md Aminul Islam from Tangail district of Bangladesh. I live in Tangail city. I am a Degree (BSS) pass student.

> My subject: Islamic studies and Political Science.My college name, Government MM Ali College, Tangail.

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I love my parents and my family members.I love working on steemit.I love to travel.I love Photography.I love video editing and photography.I love the natural beauty of our world.I love the green nature.I always save the nature.

I love to share with you the beautiful moments of my life.I'm not a style man. I am a simple man my favourite game is Cricket. and my favourite hobby are travel. Friends, I hope you all stay by my side, and Support my work.

# Thank you

# @mdaminulislam

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