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About Bangladesh 

Bangladesh  is a country in South Asia. Bangladesh is the world's eighth-most populous country, with over 160 million people, and among the most densely populated countries. Dhaka is the capital.

The country is dominated by the fertile Bengal delta, the world's largest delta. This also gives Bangladesh a unique name tag "The land of rivers". Bangladesh is a developing nation and a rapidly growing market-based economy. It is one of the world's leading exporters of textiles and garments, as well as fish, seafood and jute, and has globally competitive emerging industries in shipbuilding, life sciences and technology.

Dhaka

Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh.Dhaka is the most populous city in Bangladesh. Dhaka is the political, economic and cultural heart of Bangladesh. It is one of the major cities of South Asia.

Dhaka has a vibrant cultural life. Annual celebrations for Independence Day (26 March), Language Martyrs' Day (21 February) and Victory Day (16 December) are prominently celebrated across the city. Dhaka is home to the prestigious learned bodies of the Bangla Academy and the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. Major museums include the Bangladesh National Museum, the Liberation War Museum, the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum and the Ahsan Manzil Palace. Dhaka plays a central role in the Bangladeshi economy, alongside the port city of Chittagong.Historically known as the City of Mosques, it is also nicknamed as the Rickshaw Capital of the World, with its daily traffic of over 500,000 cycle rickshaws.

Chittagong

Chittagong is the second most populous city and main seaport of Bangladesh.

Chittagong has attracted people from around the world. The city is home to many of Bangladesh's oldest and largest companies, as well as the Chittagong Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Tea Auction.

Important landmarks include the colonial Divisional Court, the Circuit House, Foy's Lake, the Commonwealth War Cemetery, the Ethnological Museum of Chittagong, the Anderkilla Imperial Jame Mosque, historic Sufi shrines, the Chittagong Buddhist Monastery and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Chittagong.

Khulna

Khulna  is the third-largest city in Bangladesh. In the south-western part of Bangladesh, in the district of greater Khulna, lies the Sundarbans which is the world's largest mangrove forest, the home of Royal Bengal tiger. It is a virgin forest which until recently owed nothing to human endeavour and yet nature has laid it out with as much care as a planned pleasure ground.

For miles and miles, the lofty treetops form an unbroken canopy, while nearer the ground, works of high and ebb-tide marked on the soil and tree trunks and the many varieties of the natural mangrove forest have much to offer to an inquisitive visitor. The Sundarbans is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Rabindra Complex is located in Dakkhindihi village, 19 km from Khulna city. It was the residence of Rabindranath Tagore's father-in-law; Beni Madhab Roy Chowdhury. Tagore visited this place several times in his life. Recently it has been declared as a protected archaeological site by Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh.


Regions within Bangladesh:

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