Hanlin Myanmar

Myanmar Hanlin

Haanlin is a village near Shwebo in the Sagaing Division of Myanmar. Name Hanlin, Pyu Ancient Cities, Myanmar, Burma. Haanlin is a village near Shwebo in the Sagaing Division of Myanmar.

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Aka Halingyi, Halin and Halim, Hanlin is a small town near Shwebo in the Sagaing Division of Myanmar. During the Pyu city-states it was a significant town, possibly a substitution for Sri Ksetra. Nowadays, the humble town is known for its warm water sources and archeological places.

Hanlin, Beikthano and Sri Ksetra, the old towns of the Kingdom of Pyu, were established on the watered lands of the arid Ayeyawady River Plain. In May 2014, they were included on UNESCO's World Cultural List in Southeast Asia, as their archeological legacy goes back more than 1,000 years before Christ to 900 AD.

Richmond, Simon; Bush, Austin (June 1, 2014). Myanmar Lonely Planet (Burma). This is Lonely Planet Publications.

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In the Mu River Basin, one of the largest flood plains in pre-colonial Burma, in the Mu River Basin, Halin or Halingyi (???????????) is the most northerly Pyu town. It was a square town, but with curved edges and crenellations. With 664 hectare the town was almost twice as big as Beikthano.

There was a creek or ditch going through the town. It was this contour of the town that influenced the layout of the later municipalities of Burma and the Thai community of Sukhothai. As an example, the amount of entrances and designs were also found in the following genuine Myanmar capital cities, for example Pagan in the 11th and Pagan in the 19th cen.

Its establishment of the town was also found in other modern municipal municipalities, for example Maingmaw and Beikthano in the Pyu Domaine and Danyawaddy and Wethali in Arakan and also later municipal areas, for example, Sukhothai, which emerged over a thousand years after the fact. Shrines in Halin show that the layout of the city's shrines influenced the shrines of the 11th to 13th centuries in Pagan.

According to China's record, the town was destroyed by the Nanzhao Wars in 832 AD, taking 3000 of its inhabitants with them. Nevertheless, carbon radiating reveals man's actions until about 870 AD, almost four centuries after the bag of the town was discovered. year of construction: n.a. direction DIRECTIONS: local_phone n.a. loc ale_taxi estimate taxitari: n.a. directio _bus directions: n.a. directio n _bus directions: n.a. directions_train directions: n.a. see card below: help_outline Get a free offer for a Myanmar touring, this

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