Eindawya Pagoda

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Eindawya-Paya-Pagoda-Mandalay-Myanmar

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info The beautifully proportioned pagoda at Eindawya Paya stands west of Zegyo Market. It is covered in goldleaf and makes a fine, shimmering sight on a sunny day. The pagoda was built by King Pagan Min in 1847, on the site of the palace where he lived before he ascended the throne - which at that time was still at Amarapura. 

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place Aung Myay Thar San Township, Mandalay

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