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List of cities and towns in Bangladesh

Map of Bangladesh
Dhaka, Capital of Bangladesh

The following is a list of major cities and towns in Bangladesh.

Contents

  • Metropolitan areas 1
    • Metropolitan Areas (Proposed) 1.1
  • Municipal areas 2
    • Rajshahi Division 2.1
    • Barisal Division 2.2
    • Chittagong Division 2.3
    • Dhaka Division 2.4
    • Khulna Division 2.5
    • Rangpur Division 2.6
    • Sylhet Division 2.7
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Metropolitan areas

Governed by City Corporations, these are the cities of Bangladesh.

  1. Dhaka North
  2. Dhaka South
  3. Chittagong
  4. Khulna
  5. Comilla
  6. Rajshahi
  7. Sylhet
  8. Barisal
  9. Rangpur
  10. Gazipur
  11. Narayanganj

Metropolitan Areas (Proposed)

  1. Dinajpur
  2. Joypurhat
  3. Tangail
  4. Faridpur
  5. Bogra
  6. Jessore
  7. Mymensingh

Municipal areas

Governed by, Municipal Corporations, these are the towns in Bangladesh.

Rajshahi Division

Towns in Rajshahi Division, excluding the city of Rajshahi:

Barisal Division

Towns in Barisal Division, excluding the city of Barisal:

Chittagong Division

Cities and towns in Chittagong Division, excluding the cities of Chittagong and Comilla:

Dhaka Division

Towns in Dhaka Division, excluding the cities of Dhaka. Narayanganj and Gazipur:

Khulna Division

Towns in Khulna Division, excluding the city of Khulna:

Rangpur Division

Towns in Rangpur Division, excluding the city of Rangpur:

Sylhet Division

Towns in Sylhet Division, excluding the city of Sylhet:

See also

External links

  • Principal cities and municipalities in Bangladesh
  • International city telephone codes for Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh postal codes
  • List of Bangladesh cities
  • The Paurashava Ordinance 1977
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