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Overview of Khulna

History of Khulna

Khulna Division is one of the seven divisions of Bangladesh and is located in the south-west of the country. It has an area of 22,274 km2. and a population of 14.47 million. Its headquarters is Khulna city in Khulna District.

The Khulna division borders It is part of the Ganges River delta or Greater Bengal Delta. Other rivers include the Madhumati River, the Bhairob River and the Kopotokkho River. The region also includes several islands in the Bay of Bengal .

Area: 22,274 km2

Description of Khulna

Khulna division is in the southwest part of Bangladesh has an area of 22274 sq. km and a population of 14.47 million. There are 10 districts and 28 municipalities under Khulna. It has the world’s biggest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans. In Khulna town you can visit Khulna Museum and Zoo.

Geography of Khulna

The Khulna division borders It is part of the Ganges River delta or Greater Bengal Delta. Other rivers include the Madhumati River, the Bhairob River and the Kopotokkho River. The region also includes several islands in the Bay of Bengal .