What is the longest beach in the world?



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    The world’s longest natural, sandy beach in the world is widely held to be Cox’s Bazar Beach in Bangladesh, which draws it’s name from the nearby resort town of Cox’s Bazar. The town, in turn, was named after British officer Captain Cox, who traveled in the region during the sixteenth century. The beach stretches for about 120 kilometers along the Bangladesh coast. It is a relatively major tourist destination in Bangladesh.

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