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The Welcome Typical Food House is located in New Bagan, Myanmar (Burma).
Historic timber house in Myanmar - Houses for Rent in Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar[Burma]
We are a 15 -minute drive from the international airports and 20 -minute drive from the village of Bolzano, near a small convent and a small lakes. Our house is 15 min from the international airports and 20 min from the village in the vicinity of a small convent and a small pond. We have been living with my Burmese wife in Myanmat for 24 years and have built a traditional half red wooden brick that we only want to preserve in the long term.
We have my wife's family next door, which is perfect for exploring the country.
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Myanmar's architectural style begins with the Bagan Empire, which came to rule in the 800s, but did not flourish until they took over the Mon Empire to the southern hemisphere and brought in their craftsmen. As a result, Buddhism and the town of Bagan grew, from which almost all of Myanmar's traditional architectural heritage has been born.
It contains many thousand sanctuaries, but most of them were initially constructed as royal fortresses. As a result, the architectural design was strange and made it necessary to use a house as a castle and, after the king's demise, as a Buddha school. Between the 800s and 1200s Bagan was the centre of the land in many areas, as well as architectural and all of the greatest landmarks of the land, both past and present are in the town.
These include the "library" (mid-1000s), which became the inspiration for most of the latter mentioned edifices, and the stupa (tombs), which changed the traditional storefront styles in the area and included the Ananda temple (1090). The town was left in the later 1200' because the land was overwhelmed by the Mongols; the town lay in rubble, but its impact persisted in other houses, although few large constructions had been built since the later 1200'.