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Amarapura

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Amarapura, contiguous to Mandalay, was the capital of Myanmar twice. Amarapura is known for its traditional silk and cotton weaving, the Mahagandayon Monastery, a center for monastic study and strict religious discipline with more than a thousand young monks, and the U Bein Bridge, considered the longest piece of teak wood in the world.

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Women at work on loom. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Close-up of loom in weaving workshop. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Woman assembling a yarn package. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Close-up of yarn packages on loom. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Wowan working loom. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Colorful fabrics. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Weaving workshop. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Fresco at Kyauktawgyi Paya. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Monks stand in line before lunch, Mahagandayon Monastery. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Monks lining up with alms bowls, Mahagandayon Monastery. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Bare feat of monks, Mahagandayon Monastery. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Shaven heads of monks, Mahagandayon Monastery. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Three monks conversing at Mahagandayon Monastery. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) On the two century old U Bein bridge. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Rowboats on Taungthaman Lake. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Tree skeletons and boats, Taungthaman Lake. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) Sun setting behind U Bein Bridge. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) U Bein Bridge with monks and visitors strolling at dusk. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) U Bein bridge, worlds longest teak span. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color) U Bein bridge at sunset. Amarapura, Myanmar ( color)
All the 20 color pictures of Amarapura are on this page