Inwa

Inwa

ancient capital of the Burmese empire with monasteries and pagodas

Location: 

Inn Wa, Myanmar (Burma)

Duration: 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Inwa: ancient imperial capital of Burma south of Mandalay
  2. Kingdom: capital of the empire from 14th to 19th century
  3. Sights: mostly destroyed palace, monasteries and pagodas
  4. UNESCO: on a tentative list to be protected for its culture
  5. My trip: driving around by scooter in the head was fun

Image sources

  1. Maha Aungmye Bonzan Monastery
  2. Yadana Hsimi Pagodas
  3. On the ferry with my scooter
  4. Burmese girl with little brother
  5. Me at one of many stupas

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