Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages

Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages Chimbuk Hill and Tribal Villages. Chimbuk is one of the tallest peaks in Bangladesh and lies some 14 km from the town. Bawm villages around Chimbuk and Mru villages a little further off are also lie within a day's journey from the town.
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Bagakain Lake or Boga Lake

Bagakain Lake or Boga Lake Bagakain Lake popularly known as Baga Lake or boga lake is a natural lake in the hill district of bandarban. It is located on one of the peaks of the Politai Mountain Range in Naitong mauza of ruma upazila, about 29 km east of the banks of the river Shankha. The lake is rectangular. It is bounded on three sides by mountain peaks covered with thick bamboo bushes.
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Walipur Alamgiri Mosque

Walipur Alamgiri Mosque Walipur Alamgiri Mosque situated in Walipur village under Hajiganj upazila of Chandpur district. There are two mosques in the same locality - one known as Shahi or Alamgiri Mosque and the other as shah shuja mosque. The Alamgiri mosque has suffered much due to subsequent restoration works. Nevertheless, enough still survives to give an idea of its original plan and design.
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Shoilo Propat

Shoilo Propat Shoilo Propat:the waterfall named Shoilo Propat at Milanchari, 4 km from the town on the road to Thanchi, is also excellent site maintained by Bangladesh Parjatan, the national tourism promotion corporation.
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Cox's Bazar Airport

Cox's Bazar Airport Cox's Bazar Airport
Cox's Bazar Airport (IATA: CXB, ICAO: VGCB) is an airport in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. I
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Bara Sharifpur Mosque

Bara Sharifpur Mosque Bara Sharifpur Mosque is located on the eastern bank of a large tank called Nateswar Dighi in the village of Bara Sharifpur under Laksam thana of Comilla district. The mosque was declared protected in 1959 and some minor repair work was done to it in the early 1960s. The Department of Archaeology, Bangladesh did further restoration work, when proper care was taken to reproduce the original character in the ornamental panels. It is now in a good state of preservation.
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Lalmai Hills

Lalmai Hills Lalmai Hills north-south elongated low hill range of about 17 km long and 1-2.4 km wide and about 8 km westward from Comilla Township is called the Lalmai-Mainamati hill range. The northern extremity of the hill ranges is at Ranir Bungalow whereas the southern extremity ends at Chandimura. The northern part of the hill range is locally known as Mainamati, while the southern part is known as Lalmai.
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Meghna River

Meghna River Meghna River one of the major rivers in Bangladesh, specially famous for its great estuary that discharges the flows of the Ganges-Padma, the Brahmaputra-Jamuna and the Meghna itself. The downstream of surma river from Ajmiriganj is often referred to as the Meghna. The matter would be simpler but for the fact that from Madna downstream for about 26 km (in a straight line) one of the two channels of the Surma-Meghna is known as the dhaleshwari. The channel from Ajmiriganj down to the confluence with the Dhanu is referred to as the Surma.
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Dharmasagar

Dharmasagar Dharmasagar a large pond or dighi located in Comilla town with an area of 9.38 hectare. Maharaj Dharmamanikya of Tripura (1714-1732) dug this dighi to make water available to the local people. Initially, there was an island at the middle of the dighi.
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Halda River

Halda River Halda River rises from the Badnatali Hill Ranges in the chittagong hill tracts and enters chittagong district through fatikchhari upazila. Then it flows southwest keeping off the higher regions to the north and then due south past Bibirhat, Nazirhat, Sattarghat and other important places of Fatikchhari, hathazari, raozan and kotwali of Chittagong which form its basin. It falls into the karnafuli at Kalurghat. Its total length is about 81 km, of which 29 km up to Nazirhat are navigable by big boats throughout the year; small country boats can ply further up for 16 to 24 km to Narayanhat.
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