Buthidaung

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Buthidaung (Burmese: ဘူးသီးတောင်မြို့; MLCTS: bu:si:taung mrui., pronounced: [búðídàʊɴ mjo̰]) is a town in the Rakhine State of westernmost part of Myanmar. It is the administrative seat of Buthidaung Township. It lies on the west bank of Mayu river. Flood hit in July 2011. Buthidaung is 16 miles away from Maungdaw which is situated on Naf river border of Bangladesh[1]

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  1. ^ mizzima.com/news/inside-burma/5650-seven-townships-in-arakan-state-flooded-by-record-heavy-rain.html

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Coordinates: 20°52′N 92°32′E / 20.867°N 92.533°E / 20.867; 92.533