The Sixty Dome Mosque (more commonly known as Shait Gambuj Mosque or Saith Gunbad Masjid) is the largest historical mosque in Bangladesh and one of the most impressive Muslim architectural structures on the Indian Subcontinent. It is located in Bagerhat in southern Bangladesh.
The 'Sixty Dome' Mosque has walls of unusually thick, tapered brick in the Tughlaq style and a hut-shaped roofline that anticipates later styles. There are actually seventy-seven (77) low domes arranged in seven rows of eleven, and one dome on each corner, bringing the total to 81 domes. The interior is divided into many aisles and bays by slender columns, which culminate in numerous arches that support the roof.