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Bagan - v.g. photo

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Practicals

Transport

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Bagan - Tourists on the carriage and local farmers on oxcart - v.g. photo v.g. photo

Bagan - public transport (old Hino bus) - v.j. photo

Bagan - bicycle - v.g. photo

Food

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Bagan - Butcher's shop- v.j. photo

Shopping

All sorts of souvenirs are sold around the temples, and they are much more expensive than on the streets in Bagan.

Bagan - souvenirs - v.j. photo

Others

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Bagan - devotion - v.g. photo

Bagan - sunset colors - v.j. photo

Bagan - sunset colors 2. - v.j. photo

Background

Destination in brief


There are 2724 temples, stupa, and pagoda in the 42 sq km (16,2 sq mi) area of ​​Bagan. These were built between the 11th and 13th centuries.

In 2019, Bagan was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


History

Most of the temples in Bagan were damaged in the 2016 earthquake.


Nowadays

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Bagan - market - n.t. photo

People

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Bagan - grandma with her grandson - v.g. photo

Bagan - monks - March 2020 - v.j. photo

Bagan - selfie - v.j. photo

Bagan - lady -v.j. photo

Bagan - sense of balance - v.j. photo

Bagan - local men - v.j. photo

Attractions

Temples

Bagan - Gawdawpalin (Buddhist) Temple - v.g. photo

Bagan - Ananda Temple - v.g. photo

Bagan - Maha Bodhi Phaya temple - v.g. photo

Bagan - Dhammayangyi Temple - built in the 12th century - n.b. photo

Pagodas

Bagan - Mingalazedi Pagoda, a Buddhist stupa with a girl in yoga position - v.g. photo

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