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Many will have heard of Bangladesh as a populous country with a large majority-Muslim population, sitting on the Bay of Bengal next to its much larger neighbor, India.The larger, eastern part initially became East Pakistan, but became independent Bangladesh after 1971 .The significance of Islam in Bangladesh is attested by the magnificent Sixty Dome Mosque in the southwestern district of Bagerhat. The ruins were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 .Between these two ancient sites, on the Padma River that bisects western Bangladesh, is a completely different example of historical Bangladesh.
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