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Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 61. Chapters: Archaeological sites in Bangladesh, Beaches of Bangladesh, Forts in Bangladesh, Lakes of Bangladesh, Monuments and memorials in Bangladesh, Museums in Bangladesh, Palaces in Bangladesh, Places of worship in Bangladesh, World Heritage Sites in Bangladesh, Zoos in Bangladesh, Sundarbans, Shahbag, Cox's Bazar, Mahasthangarh, Somapura Mahavihara, History of Tetulia, Satkhira, Lalbagh Fort, Shaheed Minar, Ahsan Manzil, Osmany Museum, Zainul Abedin Museum, Bara Katra, Jagaddala, Kuakata, Fish Museum & Biodiversity Center - FMBC, Bangladesh, Noapara-Ishanchandranagar, Wari-Bateshwar ruins, Museum of Rajas', Jatiyo Smriti Soudho, Dhaka Zoo, Liberation War Museum, Martyred Intellectuals Memorial, Taj Mahal Bangladesh, Mymensingh Museum, Tajhat Palace, Mosque city of Bagerhat, Suhrawardy Udyan, Bangladesh National Museum, Kaptai Lake, Israt Manzil Palace, Mainamati, Moyez Manzil, Dulhazra Safari Park, Varendra Research Museum, Gurdwara Nanak Shahi, Shalban vihara, Patenga, Dhanmondi Lake, Halud Vihara, Foy's Lake, Choto Katra, Birshreshtha Munshi Abdur Rouf Library and Museum, Madhobpur Lake, Natore Rajbari, Northbrook Hall, Shabash Bangladesh, Rose Garden Palace, Bagakain Lake, Ghughu-danga Zamindar Bari, List of zoos in Bangladesh, List of beaches in Bangladesh, Hajiganj Fort, Philatelic Museum. Excerpt: The Sundarbans (Bengali: , Shundorbon) is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The name Sundarban can be literally translated as "beautiful jungle" or "beautiful forest" in the Bengali language (Shundor, "beautiful" and bon, "forest" or "jungle"). The name may have been derived from the Sundari trees that are found in Sundarbans in large numbers. Alternatively, it has been proposed that the name is a corruption of Samudraban (Bengali: Shomudrobon "Sea Forest") or Chandra-bandhe (name of...