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Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar is a town situated in Southeastern Bangladesh, along the Bay of Bengal. A small port and health resort, it has the largest beach in the world. The town was named for Hiram Cox, who supervised the settlement thereof Arakanese refugees from Burmese conquest in 1799. Cox's Bazar is connected by road, rail and air with Chittagong to the north. Its industries include cigar and cotton textile manufacturing. Nearby are numerous salt-producing cottage industries and magnetite iron-ore, monazite, zircon and titanium deposits. The town has constituted a municipality in 1869. The population of the city is about 1 lakh.
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