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Map of Mandalay
Mandalay, Myanmar's second biggest town, lies on the eastern shore of the Irrawaddy River. Formerly known as Ratanapunja, Mandalay was the site of the royal palace of the Konbaung dynasty. As the Konbaung Dynasty was in place, the town was large and magnificent, a real testimony to Burma's Golden Age.
Unfortunately, the building and the town as a whole were destroyed during the Second World War. Since then, the castle and the town have been restored. Founded in 1857, today's town derives its name from Mandalay Mountain, one of the most important touristic sites in Mandalay. Besides the above mentioned castle and hills there are other sights to see in Mandalay.
In this old imperial town there is no shortage of palagodas, shrines and convents, most of which are noteworthy architectural specimens that would certainly impress you. The Mahamuni Pagoda, for example, is the most sacred place of worship in the town.
Mandalay map - roads map, satelite map and map of Mandalay
It is located at 21.97 north of latitude, 96.08 east and 63 metres above seag. The city Mandalay is a very large city in Myanmar with about 1,208,099 people. Mandalay's map allows you to browse securely to, from and through Mandalay. With Mandalay's sateview you can see all the topographical detail around your current position or discover the roads of Mandalay from the comfort of your own home.
You can use your handheld receiver to get route description in Mandalay or find a particular location in Mandalay.
Mandalay City Google Map
Mirroring Mandalay, the'northern capital' and the second biggest town in Myanmar (Burma) after Yangon. It was the former king's capitol (until 1885) of the Myanmar state. The Mandalay was established in 1857 and is situated on the eastern shore of the Irrawaddy River in the heart of Burma.
andalay is an important Buddhistic place of worship and the most important educational centre in Upper and Central Myanmar. It is home to several colleges, such as Mandalay Univeristy, the oldest in the north of Myanmar. andalay is an important commercial centre. Much of Burma's foreign exchange with China is conducted through Mandalay.
The language is Myanmar, English is used by some people, especially in the tourist area. Simply zooming in (+) to see Mandalay Palast, the last King's Palazzo of the last Myanmar Empire of King Thibaw and Queen Supayalat. First plundered by the British, later demolished by the Allies in World War II and rebuilt by the Army in 1990.
This map shows a map of Mandalay with highways, major motorways and highways, zooming out to find the Mandalay International Airport (IATA code: MDL) about 38.4 km from Mandalay in Tada-U (via Saging-Mandalay Expy).