What is the Capital of Myanmar Burma

Where is Myanmar's capital city?

World of WATCH A Drive Through Burma's Ghost Town Capital City. The largest city, former capital and economic centre of Myanmar is Yangon. Rangoon is the largest city in Myanmar (formerly Burma) and its former capital. Flying to Yelegwe, Myanmar (Burma). Where is Myanmar's capital city (Burma)?

Myanmar's empty capitol is four time bigger than London.

Myanmar's capitol, Naypyidaw, is 7,054 sq km, about four and a half of what London is (1,569 sq km), according to The Independent. However, the hometown is a haunted one. Myanmar's capitol was relocated from Yangon to Naypyitaw (the king's seat) by the former army in November 2005.

It is said to have taken 4 billion dollars (3.2 billion pounds) to build the town, with 20-lane motorways and broad roads laid out for a bright and expanding world. Despite billion-dollar investments by the Chinese authorities, however, the town has had trouble attracting local people or a considerable number of visitors. GoDardian reporter, who came to the town in March 2015, said:

The photographer Taylor Weidman has recorded the abandoned roads of Naypyidaw in the following pictures. Myanmar's capitol, Naypyidaw, is..... Myanmar's capitol, Naypyidaw, is 7,054 sq km, about four and a half of what London is (1,569 sq km), according to The Independent. However, the hometown is a haunted one.

Myanmar's capitol was relocated from Yangon to Naypyitaw (the king's seat) by the former army in November 2005. The Guardian says it costs 4 billion dollars (3.2 billion pounds) to build the town, with 20-lane motorways and broad roads laid out for a bright road ahead.

Despite billion-dollar investments by the Chinese authorities, however, the town has had trouble attracting local people or a considerable number of visitors. GoDardian reporter, who came to the town in March 2015, said: The photographer Taylor Weidman has recorded the abandoned roads of Naypyidaw in the following pictures. Myanmar's capitol, Naypyidaw, is..... Myanmar's capitol, Naypyidaw, is 7,054 sq km, about four and a half of what London is (1,569 sq km), according to The Independent.

However, the hometown is a haunted one. Myanmar's capitol was relocated from Yangon to Naypyitaw (the king's seat) by the former army in November 2005. The Guardian says it costs 4 billion dollars (3.2 billion pounds) to build the metropolis, with 20-lane motorways and broad roads laid out for a bright and expanding world.

Despite billion-dollar investments by the Chinese authorities, however, the town has had trouble attracting local people or a considerable number of visitors. GoDardian reporter, who came to the town in March 2015, said: The photographer Taylor Weidman has recorded the abandoned roads of Naypyidaw in the following pictures.

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