Sandwip is an island in the Chittagong district in the Bay of Bengal off the southeast coast of Bangladesh. It is located at the mouth of the river Meghna. It is a very ancient island in Bangladesh. It has a population of about 400,000. The whole island is 50 km long and 5-15 km wide.
Every place on the island is worth a visit. Fields full of crops, green nature, markets, markets, everything. From the north to the south of the island you can easily see all the corners. To the north of the island is the 100-year-old Maryam Bibi Sahebani Mosque, modeled after the Taj Mahal. Adjacent to the mosque is the big dighi, the shrine. The traditional dry lake to the south of the island. There are also numerous mosques, schools, madrasas, large playgrounds. If you are lucky, you will be able to see the old Baul series of songs.
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