Notes on Dhaka – the chaotic capital of Bangladesh
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Visiting Dhaka - the capital of Bangladesh. What to see and what to expect when walking around this chaotic city.
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Southeast Asia Railways
“The project will break ground in 2018.”
This has been proposed so many times over the years that I will be (happily) surprised if this starts in 2018.
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