The Mosque City of Bagerhat in Bangladesh is a treasure trove; Panchali Dey; Times of India

The Mosque City of Bagerhat, situated in the suburbs of Bagerhat city, is in the southwest of Dhaka. What is remarkable about this historic city is that it was once a lost city, and was discovered after many centuries. Boasting of more than 50 monuments, all following the Indo-Islamic architecture, this region was beyond the sight of men for quite some time.

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10 Top Historical Heritage Sites of Bangladesh; Emon Miah; DesiBlitz

The historical heritage of Bangladesh is enriched with archeology and monuments. DESblitz presents 10 historical heritage sites of the country.

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Explore the world’s largest mangrove forest; Susannah Savage; National Geographic

Get off the beaten path in the Bangladeshi Sundarbans.

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12 Best Things To Do In Bangladesh; Ketki Hanamshet; TripHobo

Wish to visit an unexplored country in Asia? Take a look at the top things to do in Bangladesh – the country with developing tourism.

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Bangladesh makes Lonely Planet Best Value Top 10; Dhaka Tribune

The report points out that Bangladesh’s Unesco World Heritage sites are waiting to be discovered…

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The Sundarbans to get four new tourist zones; SM Shamsur Rahman; Dhaka Tribune

This has been decided to accommodate growing tourism at the UNESCO World Heritage Site…

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Bagerhat natural beauty, historical sites draw huge holidaymakers; UNB

Bagerhat, one of the popular tourist destinations of the country, attracted a huge number of visitors with its historical sites and magnificent beauty in this Eid vacation as in previous years, reports UNB.   While the people of all age have been crowding the tourist spots and recreation…

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7 amazing must visit tourist attractions in Bangladesh – II; Jennifer Ashraf; Dhaka Tribune

The seven wonders of Bangladesh…

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Sundarbans forest in danger says UN expert, advises Bangladesh govt to take action; Newsheads

The Sundarbans mangrove forest which is one of the largest contiguous forests in the world is under threat by “heedless industrialisation”, according to a UN rights expert. Situated in the delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers, the forest is home to several endangered species. But concerning the growing threat on this UNESCO World Heritage Centre, UN has recommended Government of Bangladesh to halt the industrialisation process, as of now.

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Environmental movement: save Sundarbans, Bangladesh; AKM Shihab; LibCom

Being the world’s largest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans are rich in biodiversity. Bangladesh has declared three dolphin sanctuaries within the Sundarbans. “One of them is very close to the proposed plant,” says wildlife expert Ronald Halder in Dhaka. Effluent from the plant and coal transportation will severely impact the sanctuaries, adds Halder.

The Sundarbans is a cluster of low-lying islands in the Bay of Bengal, spread across India and Bangladesh, famous for its unique mangrove forests. The Sundarbans is a vast forest in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal and considered one of the natural wonders of the world. It was recognised in 1997 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bangladesh. it is Located in the delta region of Padma, Meghna and Brahmaputra river basins, this unique forest extends across Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat districts of Bangladesh and South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas districts of West Bengal, India. The Sundarbans contain the world’s largest coastal mangrove forest, with an area of about 10,000 km2 (3,900 sq mi), of which about 6,000 km2 (2,300 sq mi) are located in Bangladesh and about 4,000 km2 (1,500 sq mi) in India.

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