Moulmein View

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A view of Moulmein from the Flagstaff.

Photo of Moulmein (Mawlamyaing), taken in Burma (Myanmar) in the 1870s by Bourne and Shepherd, part of the Gladstone Collection. Moulmein, the capital of the state of Mon, is located on the southeast Burmese coastline at the estuary of the Thanlwin ( "Salween") creek, where it encounters the Gulf of Martaban ( "Mottama").

From 1827 to 1852 it evolved as a British Burma city when it was the administration city.

A view of the Farm Caves (from Moulmein)

Photo from the Curzon Collection, with a view into the interior over the rainforest and the roofs of Moulmein (Mawlamyaing), a rainforest in the front, the Salween (Thanlwin) River in the far away and the calcareous mounds of the Gyaing-Ataran Plain on the horizontal plane. Moulmein, the capitol of the Mon state, is located on the southeast Burma coastline at the estuary of the stream and at the junction of four smaller streams, where they encounter the Gulf of Martaban (Mottama).

It became a northeastern city and port during the nineteenth and eighteenth centuries, being the administration capitol of British Burma between 1827 and 1852. Giant caverns, the most famous of which are the farmhouses, are located in the Moulmein area. They were used as a temple in antiquity.

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