Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda : Shan State, Myanmar

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Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda is the oldest and most important Buddhist shrine in Nyaungshwe, this handsome gilded stupa is hidden away inside a square compound south of the Mingala Market.

The stepped stupa is unique in Myanmar, and the surrounding pavilion contains a museum of treasures amassed by the monks over the centuries, including carvings, lacquerware and dance costumes.

Located about half a mile on the east side of Yadanarpon Pagoda, Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda is the octagonal shaped pagoda built in A.D. 1652.

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Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda : Shan State, Myanmar

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  1. Asia Travel Gate September 24, 2017

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