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Beikthano

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info Beikthano (Burmese: ဗိဿနိုး arranged in the flooded Minbu district (close present-day Taungdwingyi) with direct land access to the all around watered Kyaukse fields to its upper east, is the most established urban site so far found and deductively uncovered site.
 

What is World Heritage Site?

info A World Heritage Site is a historic point which has been authoritatively perceived by the United Nations, particularly by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
 

Hanlin

info Halin or Halingyi (ဟန်လင်းကြီး), situated in the Mu valley, one of the biggest inundated areas of precolonial Burma, is the northernmost Pyu city so far found. The soonest antiquities of Halin—city's wooden doors—are radiocarbon dated to 70 CE. The city was rectangular however with bended corners, and block walled. Exhumed dividers are roughly 3.2 km long on the north-south hub and 1.6 km on the east-west. At 664 hectares, the city was almost double the span of Beikthano.
 

Tagaung

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info Tagaung Kingdom (Burmese: တကောင်း နေပြည်တော်, articulated was a Pyu city-express that existed in the primary thousand years CE. In 1832, the up to this point semi-unbelievable state was formally announced the primary kingdom of Burmese government by Hmannan Yazawin, the Royal Chronicle of the Konbaung Dynasty.
 

Sri Ksetra

info Sri Ksetra or Thaye Khittaya (သရေခေတ္တရာ "Field of Fortune" or "Field of Glory"), found 8 km southeast of Prome (Pyay) at present-day Hmawza village, was the last and southernmost Pyu capital.The city was established between the fifth and seventh centuries,62–63,77 and likely surpassed Halin as the chief Pyu city by the seventh or eighth century, and held that status until the Mranma landed in the ninth century.