Bangladesh topographic map

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Name: Bangladesh topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Bangladesh (17.47688 83.29324 31.47688 97.29324)

Average elevation: 1,488 m

Minimum elevation: -3 m

Maximum elevation: 7,813 m

With an elevation of 1,064 m (3,491 ft), Saka Haphong (also known as Mowdok Mual) near the border with Myanmar, is claimed to be the highest peak of Bangladesh. However, it is not yet widely recognized as the highest point of the country, and most sources give the honor to Keokradong.

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