Mandalay Palace Moat and Wall

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The whole palace complex was destroyed by fire during the Second World War. The palace walls, the four gates and the moat still stand today as evidence of the majestic palace city.

 

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The moat and walls of Mandalay Fort

 

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Beautiful reflections of the palace walls with palm trees

 

 

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