Zia memorial Museum

Zia memorial Museum Previously it was known as Circuit house where the former President of Bangladesh Zia-ur Rahman and one of the architects of the liberation war was killed by a group of disgruntled army personnel. To the memory of Zia, the Circuit house was declared as Zia Memorial museum .In this museum you can see late president Zia-ur Rahmanís daily usage materials.
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Gumti River

Gumti River Gumti River originates from Dumur in the northeastern hilly region of Tripura state of India. From its source it flows about 150 km along a meandering course through the hills, turns west and enters Bangladesh near Katak Bazar (Comilla Sadar). Then it takes a meandering course again and passes through the northern side of Comilla town and east of mainamati. Keeping Burichang upazila on the north, it cuts through Debidwar upazila and reaches Companiganj Bazar.
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Sapchari Waterfall

Sapchari Waterfall Khagrachari hill district (east-southern region of Bangladesh) is full of hills and waterfalls. The people of hilly areas usually live on the top of the hills. The major problem for them is the crisis of drinking water on such height.
The people in the hill areas are still deprived and don't have the civil facilities such as sanitation, proper education and economy.
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Naf River

Naf River Naf River is a river marking the border of Bangladesh and Myanmar. It is an elongated estuary in the extreme southeast of Cox's Bazar district dividing the district from Arakan, Myanmar. It rises in the Arakan hills on the southeastern borders of the district and flows into the Bay of Bengal. Its width varies from 1.
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Baitul Falah / Jamiatul Falah

Baitul Falah / Jamiatul Falah Baitul Falah or Jamiatul Falah is the largest Mosque of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Its situated in an important place of Chittagong where the WASA (Water And Swearage Authority) headquarter for Chittagong is also situated. This three-storied unique mosque is a model of superb architechture with numerous Arches. approximately 5000 people can say their prayers at a time in this mosque.
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Kalurghat Bridge

Kalurghat Bridge Kalurghat Bridge an old bridge, once the only link between the southern region of chittagong division on the bank of the river karnafuli with the rest of the country. This 239m long bridge was installed as a simple rail bridge of steel structure between Janalihut and Gomdandi railway stations in 1930. The bridge was commissioned for operation of trains in Chittagong-Dohazari section in the year 1931. Thirty-one years after its inauguration, considering the suffering of the people it was modified with decking and carpeting and turned into a rail and road-bridge in 1962.
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Bonolota Textile and Rangamati Textile

Bonolota Textile and Rangamati Textile Bonolota Textile and Rangamati Textile: These shops at the Traffic Mor sells handloom products from Rangamati, another area of the Hill Tratcs, here. Since the Chakma people are very different from the Marma, Bawm and Mru people of Bandarban, the products may bring a fresh break.
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Chandraghona

Chandraghona Forty-eight kilometer from Chittagong, on the Kaptai Road is Chandraghona where one of the biggest paper mills in Asia is located. Close to the paper mill, there is a rayon factory, which produces synthetic fibers from bamboo.
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Shrine of Hazrat Bayezead Bostami

Shrine of Hazrat Bayezead Bostami The shrine of this famous saint is situated in Chittagong. This great priest came to Chittagong in 10th Century to spread the religion of Islam. You can also visit the ancient rare variety of Turtles in the Dighi in the Shrine premises. This shrine attracts a large number of visitors and pilgrims.
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Master Shopping Complex and Burmese Market

Master Shopping Complex and Burmese Market Master Shopping Complex and Burmese Market: Full of Thai, Chinese & Burmese products. This market is always busy with throngs of buyers, sellers and onlookers. Marma shopkeepers, mostly women, are easy to deal with with, and ma provide with information on the place and the people.
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Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.
Ovid (43 BC - 17 AD)