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The shed is a large shed with a metallic roof situated northeast of the Shwedagon Pagoda. This six-story pagoda only exceeds the five-story pagoda near by by by name, since the large picture is in a lying position while it is in a seated position. The peculiar way of using multi-storey qualifier in places of Buddhist adoration seems to be an evolution that began in the second half of the year.
The Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda, which is the nine-storey Buddha picture, is located on Bargayar Road, Sanchaung Township, Yangon. There is a gigantic Buddha picture in a seated posture. Atula Dipatti Maha Muni Thetkya is also known as Koe Htat Gyi. This gigantic seated Buddha picture was constructed in Augut in 1905.
Picture is 72 ft from the bottom to the top. There are 14 acre pagodas. Sule Pagode is an outstanding symbol. It' said to be over 2000 years old and contains a black fur that the Buddha gave to two Myanmar traders. Situated at a traffic circle in Yangon city centre.
It is an extraordinary gold figurine in that its eight-sided form extends to the bells and the reversed shells. It is one of the largest Buddha pictures in Yangon Myanmar with a hight of 37ft (11m) and a total mass of over 600t. Lawkachantha Abaya Labamuni is the classic name of this painting, which means world peace and prosperity.
Sitting Buddha is made of a unique marmorstone. This huge rock was found in the Sarakyin area, Medaya Township in Mandalay Division. This design statue was taken through the Ayeyarwaddy to Yangon. Kandawgyi (Royal) Lake's swimming Karaweik Restaurant is one of Yangon's emblems.
The Karaweik Hall serves lunches and dinners with Myanmar, Chinese, East and West dishes at reasonable costs. It' also an outstanding way to explore the beauties of this regal ship and the breathtaking Shwedagon. You will find the beautiful Shwedagon Pagoda in the capitol Yangon.
Sitting on the Singuttara Hill, the Shwedagon is seen from afar. The Shwedagon is the holiest of pagodas because it preserves the relic of the three former Buddha and the eight hair of Gautama Buddha. Maha Wizaya is located on the Dhammarakkhita Hill opposite the renowned Shwedagon Hill to mark the first ever succesful gathering of all cults of the Order of Buddhism under one control organ in 1980.
The building was made with money given by local residents. A picture of the Buddha, which was a kingly present from the King and Queen of Nepal, is anchored in the cloakroom. The Nga Htat Gyi, also known as the five-storey Buddha, is opposite the Chauk Htat Gyi Buddha picture.
An enormous sitting Buddha picture is accommodated in an irons gazebo with a five-storey Ashay Tawya Monastery crypt. The Nga Htat Gyi pit means the pit with a five-layer canopy. The Buddha picture differs from other pictures in the use of magite (armor) to show the..... The Sacred Replica Tooth Relic was anchored in the Swe Taw Myat at Dhammapala Hillock in Mayangone Township, Yangon.
It was built with money donated by the Myanmar community and Buddhist donators from around the globe. St. Mary's Cathedral is on Bo Aung Kyaw Street in Botahtaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar. The Immanuel Baptist Church is in the centre of Yagon, right next to the Mahabandoola Garden near the Town Council.
The pagoda is situated in Thingangyun Township, Yangon, Myanmar. The pagoda is said to have been constructed by Sihadipa, King of Thaton, and has 16 hairs and 32 bonrelicas of Buddha.