Bagan: Ancient World Wonder in Myanmar

Bagan, located in Myanmar, stands as a testament to ancient architectural marvels. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts over 2,000 ancient pagodas and temples scattered across a vast plain. Dating back to the 9th to 13th centuries, Bagan mesmerizes visitors with its serene landscape dotted with golden stupas, offering a glimpse into Myanmar’s rich cultural heritage and spiritual devotion.

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Cố đô Bagan

 

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Bagan, điểm đến độc đáo và cuốn hút ở Myanmar

 

Khám phá thánh địa Phật giáo Bagan

Vẻ đẹp Bagan từ trên cao

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Chùm ảnh Ngôi Già lam Cổ tự Dhammayangyi, Bagan, Myanmar

 

 

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