Description: Road map of Bangladesh with road routes from cities to towns, road intersections to provinces and perfectures.
Located in Southern Asia, its capital being Dhaka, Bangladesh was once part of eastern Pakistan. Its borders touch those of India, Myanmar (Burma) and Pakistan and the official language is Bengali although English is also widely spoken.
The idea most people have of Bangladesh is that of a
poverty-stricken country, but this fascinating country
offers breathtaking countryside views and a friendly and
Most of the landscape is flat and very fertile therefore prone to flooding during the rainy season. Two great river systems, the Ganges and the Brahmaputra as well as countless estuaries form this immense alluvial plain. The landscape in the northeast of the country rises from the plains to form hills dotted with rich forest land.
Dhaka is a capital rich in history and offers many historical sites to visit, such as the Lalbagh Fort dating back to the 17th century, the Ahsan mnzil Palace and Museum, as well as numerous mosques throughout the city.
The country boasts numerous archaeological sites namely Sherpur, Paharpur and Mahasthanagarh, which are located in the northwest of the country. Southeast of Dhaka lies the historical town of Sonargaon and Bagerhat where there are many examples of mosques and other historical buildings.
For nature lovers Maheskali Island and Tamabil are a must, here one can admire the temples and shrines amidst splendid hillside scenery and spectacular waterfalls.
Physical Map of Bangladesh
Physical map and map image of Bangladesh.
Political Map of Bangladesh
Political map and map image of Bangladesh.
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