Exploring Burma’s ancient city of Bagan

Exploring Burma’s ancient city of Bagan
... Pagan) was the ancient capital of Myanmar, and most of the buildings were constructed during the 1000s to 1200s. It became a centre of Theravada Buddhism, attracting monks from as far as India, Sri Lanka and the Khmer kingdom (modern-day Cambodia). It fell into decline after being sacked by the Mongols. Today, it’s a rural community, where you’ll find more ox-carts and bicycles than cars. Here are a few highlights: -Climb Sulamani Temple in the morning or Gawdawpalin Temple later in the day...
February 12th, 2010 | Vawn | Read More | Comments: 0
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