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The “mother of all temples” in Bagan, containing representative works of all the arts and architecture found in all Myanmar temples.

Built in 1163, it is noted for its fine brickwork, the bricks fitting so close together that there is hardly any space between ingalazedi.

Built in the 12th century, this white stucco building overtops all other monuments as the highest pagoda on the Bagan plain.

An extinct volcano that is estimated to have erupted for the final time, over 320,000 years ago.