Like most major pagodas, the mown lawns outside are a bit unusual, and it was built in the 11th century. It is amazing to think how many excellent buildings with more than 1,000 years of history are still intact in such a small location. Earthquakes and other actions spoil more facts and make you wonder what it would look like if it had so many pagodas already huge
Dhammayazaka, the tower translated in Chinese in a slightly different way from the new Xianggan airport, is a glittering tower on the roadside. The tower has been under repair until recently, so you can see the golden bell tower. The thousands of years of the tower itself is a story that friends who like history can study carefully.
#万千佛塔赤足行•2019 Myanmar游#No.36-Bagan·Damasika Pagoda The Damasika Pagoda, which was built in 1196, has a thousand years of history, but because Careful maintenance makes it look the same as before. When we arrived, the main building of the pagoda was under maintenance, and the bamboo mats shielded the golden pagoda tightly. It was a little regrettable. However, after maintenance, it is believed that the golden light of Damasija Pagoda will be more shining. What makes people love is the lush garden around the pagoda, and the bougainvillea blooming like flames in the garden-climbing the frame, hanging the wall, piled up the roof, and blooming all the colors and vitality! What is also likable is the scene seen under the bougainvillea flower stand-the little brother of Myanmar brought bread specially, and a few puppies surrounded him, enjoying the deliciousness. What I like most is that the idiots of the same colleagues forgot their backpacks when changing shoes. When we returned half an hour later, the stall owner at the door had already helped us put the backpacks away. Faced with our constant "Thank you", she just replied shyly "No problem" and refused our reward. In Myanmar, people are always inadvertently moved by the goodwill of people.
This was built at the end of the 12th century to enshrine Buddha relics from Sri Lanka. Among the thousands of temples in Bagan, Dhamaya Rika is a strange alien: its courtyard is a large flowered garden with a golden bell-shaped pagoda in the center (due to the earthquake, the spire of the pagoda is under repair ), and the base of the stupa is not a quadrilateral, but a unique pentagon in Bagan. In addition to the east, west, south, north, and square Buddhas, the icon of Maitreya of the future Buddha is also placed in it.
This temple, built in 1196, is located in the southern plains of Bagan. Its most special feature is its pentagonal shape, which can be distinguished at a glance when viewed from a high altitude, especially when riding a hot air balloon in the early morning. It's magnificent!