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Bago Myanmar : Stock Photo
Bago, formerly Pegu, is a city and home to the 54 metre Shwethalyaung Buddha, which was constructed in 994 A.D. by King Migadepa. The statue of the reclining Buddha lying on his side in repose is in a large temple, wearing a golden saffron robe.

Bago Myanmar

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Bago, formerly Pegu, is a city and home to the 54 metre Shwethalyaung Buddha, which was constructed in 994 A.D. by King Migadepa. The statue of the reclining Buddha lying on his side in repose is in a large temple, wearing a golden saffron robe.
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