Shat Gambuj Masjid or the Sixty Dome Mosque resides in the city of mosque, Bagerhat of Khulna division. It’s the largest mosque in Bangladesh and registered under the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Prior to that Saint General Khan Jahan Ali introduced a Muslim Colony at the middle of 15th century and started building numerous mosques. Eventually, this mosque was started building in 1442 and completed by 1459.
A tower is there on each side and 77 low domes are surrounded within those. There are also 60 stoned pillars to support the roof. Along with that there is system for enough ventilation and light which gives a sound feeling.