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beach town in Bangladesh
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With an area of 6 acres of land the zoo is located about three kilometers north-east of the city. Major exhibits are Indian lion, Asian black bear, Indian muntjac, Chital.
If you want to ride the highest hill within the metropolitan area, go to Batali Hill, near the Tiger Pass crossing.
Shows a mix of tribal artifacts. The Ethnological Museum of Chittagong was established in the first half of 1960s. The museum contains four galleries and a small hall. It is a little dark. Some sections contain mock ups of 'village life' for the different tribal areas with life size dolls. These are reminiscent of the museum in the film Planet of the Apes.
Cultural and historical place whwre most of the cultural activities of Chittagong and related business were established.
Situated in the old city, the multi-domed mosque is an architectural sight to behold. For its impressive architecture consisting of multiple domes and minarets painted in bright colors the mosque is one of the famous landmarks in the city.
Situated on the Fairy Hill, this building commands a magnificent bird's eye view of Chittagong city, particularly at night. The Court building was built immediately after the East India Company conquered and declared Chittagong as a separate administrative area in 1773. The building is huge, over 250,000 square feet (23,000 m²) and has hundreds of rooms.
BNS Issa Khan is a naval base of the Bangladeshi Navy in Chittagong district of Bangladesh.
public, multidisciplinary university located in Hathazari Upazila, Chittagong District, Bangladesh
The shipbreaking yards near the Indian Ocean are Chittagong's international claim to fame, but for the wrong reasons; these are considered one of the most polluted places on Earth with highly dangerous practices and hazardous working conditions. Greenpeace is actively campaigning against them and trying to bring this issue further into the light. Tourists are not usually welcome, but some travellers have been able to sweet-talk the gate-keeper and get amazing photos of massive ships being dismantled for parts and steel. There are many breaking yards stretching for miles, so start at one end and try your luck until you have success. Keep your wits about you, safety practices leave something to be desired. It's also wise to keep your camera hidden until you're out of view of the officials, lest you be mistaken for a journalist out to do them harm. Bus #6 runs from Station Road, or you could hire an auto-rickshaw.
Sandy beach at the meeting place of the roaring sea and the river Karnaphuli. It looks more beautiful from Naval Academy Road which is beside the Shah Amanat International Airport.
A museum in a small room at the old seamanship class building in Bangladesh Marine Academy.
The area of Eco Park is about 996 acres (403 ha) which is established at forest side of Chandranath Hills of Sitakunda.
Forty-eight kilometer from Chittagong on the Kaptai Road is one of the biggest paper mills in Asia.
mountain in Bangladesh
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