The last royal capital of the Burmese Kingdom, Mandalay today is the religious heart of the country with some of the country’s most beautiful pagodas, including the highly revered Mahamuni Paya, home to a famous Buddha-image covered in gold leaf. Those interested in Buddhism will appreciate the Mahagandayone Monastery where more than a thousand monks and novices live and study. Mandalay is also home to the world’s largest book with 729 marble slabs of Buddhist scriptures at the Kuthodaw Pagoda. Famous for its arts and crafts, Mandalay is a good place to buy everything from traditional wooden puppets to hand-woven fabrics.[:es]MANDALAY - La última capital real del Reino de Birmania, Mandalay es hoy el corazón religioso del país con algunas de las pagodas más bellas del país, entre ellas el Mahamuni Paya, muy apreciado, que alberga una famosa imagen de Buda cubierta de hojas de oro.
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SWAN OO PON NYA SHIN PAGODA
Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin Pagoda is on the second highest peak in the Sagaing Hills. It was built in 1312 A.D. by a royal palace courtier named U Ponnya
Thanboddhay Pagoda is the major tourist attraction of Monywa. It was erected in M.E 1301 by Mohnyin Sayadaw. The main stupa contains 582363 Buddha images of all sizes row upon row in ascending tier…
u min thone sae pagoda
U Min Thone Sae Pagoda is located in Mandalay, Myanmar