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Subdivisions of Bangladesh

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Subdivisions of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is divided as follows:

  • Divisions 7 (Bibhag)
  • Districts 64 (Jela, Zila, Zela)
  • 1,009 Subdistricts (Thana / Upazila)
    • Union Parishads (made up of nine Villages)
    • Municipal Corporations (Pourashava) (made up of several wards and mouzas)
    • City Corporations (made up of several wards, mahallas and mouzas)
  • Villages/ Cities and towns
  • wards/ mahallas/ Mouzas.

Former regions

Formerly Bangladesh was also divided into 21 regions, which formed an additional administrative level between the levels of the divisions and the districts:

  • Bandarban region
  • Barisal region
  • Bogra region
  • Chittagong region
  • Chittagong Hill Tracts
  • Comilla region
  • Dhaka region
  • Dinajpur region
  • Faridpur region
  • Jamalpur region
  • Jessore region
  • Khulna region
  • Kushtia region
  • Mymensingh region
  • Noakhali region
  • Pabna region
  • Patuakhali region
  • Rajshahi region
  • Rangpur region
  • Sylhet region
  • Tangail region

See also

bn:বাংলাদেশের প্রশাসনিক অঞ্চল

it:Suddivisioni del Bangladesh zh:孟加拉国行政区划

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