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Date 14 November 2005 (according to EXIF data)
Source Own work
Author Sfaisal2005


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According to the "2000 Copyright Act of Bangladesh", artistic recreations of public architecture and art work are exceptions to the rights of authors.

Exceptions to infringement states:

The Copyright Act provides certain exceptions to infringement. The object of these provisions is to enable the encouragement of private study and research and promotion of education. They provide defences in an action for infringement. [...]
10. Making of a drawing, engraving or photograph of an architectural work of art, or a sculpture kept in a public place,
  • English Copyright law in Bangladesh

See Commons:Freedom of Panorama#Bangladesh for more information.

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