Chittagong (Chattogram, officially) is a major coastal city and financial centre in southeastern Bangladesh. The harbour in Chittagong functioned as an important gateway to the Bengal region for centuries. The British East India Company took control of Chittagong in 1760. In 1971, during the Bangladesh Liberation War, it was the site of the declaration of independence.


Latitude: 22.330169121435
Longitude: 91.841325759888