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Burma Tag

Cities, Culture and Art / 24.07.2015

Every country has its travel iconography and Burma ancient architecture is mostly identified with the gilded Shwedagon and Sule Pagodas in Yangon and Bagan's valley of temples.The beauty and richness of Bagan, however, is not only in the pagodas and hollow temples' beautiful structure and in the exquisite carvings. In spite of the damages inflicted by time, earthquakes and...

Travel Postcards / 09.11.2013

Smiling kids, women at the market or working in the fields, craftsmen making lacquerware objects, monks in the streets and the temples: the people of Burma are usually gentle, often shy, still rooted to their traditions although rapidly changing, perhaps not for the better.They live in difficult conditions and often they  work very hard, included the...

Travel Postcards / 27.12.2012

I had read so much about the wonderful sight of  the Bagan temples at sunset but unfortunately the weather was unfriendly so I didn't manage to see it. Still, the view of the stupas and pagodas under an ominous sky held an undoubtedly charm.Strolling across Bagan temples in a horse-drawn cart, the clouds coming and going were a...