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Bangladesh Road Map, Detailed, Travel, Tourist, Driving

  1. $12.95

    Item Code : ITMB

    Bangladesh Road and Physical Travel Reference Map. Bangladesh Road and Physical Travel Reference Map.
    Scale 1:750,000. Size 26"x38". International Travel Maps edition. Indexed. Very detailed. Elevation and topographic details are shown by hypsometric color tints. Lots of travel and physical information. Laminated card cover. Our best map of Bangladesh! This is a great map for travel and touring.
  2. $11.95

    Item Code : NELS

    Bangladesh and Northeastern India, Road and Shaded Relief Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:1,500,000. Nelles Verlag edition. Travel map with clearly marked international boundaries, shaded relief. Places of interest include ruins, locations of festivals, waterfalls, historical sites, orchid farms, palaces, hot springs, and museums. Calcutta area map. City street map of Dhaka (Dacca). Also includes the country of Bhutan. Good travel and physical information. Laminated card cover.
  3. $9.95

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    Bangladesh Road and Tourist Map (see also "India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, Road and Tourist Map")
  4. $9.95

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    Bangladesh Road and Tourist Map (see also "India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, Road and Tourist Map")
  5. $9.95

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    Bangladesh Tourist Road ATLAS (please turn to "India and Bangladesh, Tourist Road ATLAS")
  6. $14.95

    Item Code : PARJ

    Scale 1:20,000. Size 83x55 cms. Indexed, with descriptive text and pictures on the reverse side. Parjatan Corporation edition. City street map
  7. $14.95

    Item Code : GRAP

    Indexed. Scale 1:33,300. Size 80x54 cms. Graphosman edition. City street map
  8. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB

    Bangladesh and India East Road and Physical Travel Reference Map.
    Scale 1:750,000/1,500,00. Size 26"x38". I like Bangladesh. Sure, the government is too corrupt and the country gets schmucked every time there’s a hurricane, but the people are friendly and hard-working and gradually improving their country. As a travel destination, Bangladesh has to be considered as part of a trip to India for most people, so in addition to updating and modernizing our artwork, we have added a map of the easternmost portion of India, showing access routes and sites of interest in both countries. One of the great treats of Bangladesh is to take a ferry from Dhaka to Khulna, a two-day trip. The map also includes an inset of Dhaka, the capital, although we had to show only a few of the thousands of mosques in the city.