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17 stunning photographs of Myanmar
Burma is a beautiful land in Southeast Asia. It' not as well-liked as Thailand or Cambodia, but that doesn't mean Myanmar isn't a magic place to be. Bagan is an astonishing view, but there is also the shining gold Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and singular places to see Mandalay and Inle Lake.
These smaller pagodas are grouped around the basis of the stupas in the Shwedagon Pagoda. Prayers are taking place in front of the Shwedagon Pagoda. Bagan is a temple as far as the eyes can see. Estimates suggest that there are still 2200 Buddhist monasteries in Bagan today.
Once there were 10,000 sanctuaries here at the peak of his empire 900 years ago. This is a more detailed look at the temple and the marks that identify them. View through the door of one of the many temple in Bagan. Bicycling is one of the best ways to explore Bagan.
Looking at the temple when the sundown. One of the most amazing places on the world to see the sundown. What can you do better than that? Folks here are smoking huge smokers while they' re keeping a tray underneath, something we've seen all over Bagan. A further look at Bagan at sundown.
So we went on a ballooning trip with Balloons Over Bagan, a great adventure. An isolated ballon that rises from the early fog that covered Bagan. Outlines of the temple at dawn in Bagan. The Buddhas in Mandalay are all in a corridor in the Shwekyimyint Pagoda.
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Burma was a mono-archy until the whole land was annihilated in 1885. The Myanmar Magi reigned for about 2000 years, so there was a long history of royalty, labels and the most important of all royalty' s icons - the Royal Lionhrone and the Royal Regalia.
Myanmar dictionary's brief significance of seals is described as an envelope sticker for prepaying revenues in the form of postal charges, which is glued on with rubber and denotes the value of the seal, which is approximately squared on a sheet of sheet ofaper. Today Myanmar is called "Kyat".
Yangon's most remarkable edifice is the Shwedagon Pagoda, a large conical Buddha statue crowning a mound about a kilometer northern of the canton. Mingun' s Great Belfry was erected by the longest ruling Konbaung ruler, King Bodawpaya (1782-1819). Dhammazedi, king of the Mon people of Myanmar, had a huge brass cup poured and handed over to the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon (then known as Dagon) in 1480 AD.
On the basis of the text of the time, it was made of 180,000 pieces of molten metals, including aluminium, brass, silver, brass, zinc and amber. The Chauk Htat Gyi Buddhahood means the six-storey lying picture of it. Kuthodaw Paya (Pagoda), or Maha Lawka Marazein Paya, contains the biggest volume in the game.
They are welcome to Mandalay to experience many architectonic miracles and art miracles, the greatest of which is the Buddha image of the world. The Buddha image with the Golden Glasses is located in a city named Shwedaung, near Pyay in the Bago Division.