|Type of monument
||: Type II Temple (Kundaung Pauk Gu)
||: South of Bagan, Northwest of Myinpya Gu
||: Old Bagan
||: 12th Century
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Mee Nyein Gone Temple is located south of
Bagan city. The original builder of this temple stays unknown.
The name "Mee Nyein Gone" means "the hill where the fire
It has a square type base and a small stupa on
top of it. Inside the main hall lies a large Buddha Image. The
walls are decorated with floral paintings on the sides and on
the ceiling. There are ink inscriptions of the 12th century.
There are high passages inside the temple. Some of the stuccos
and masonry works can still be seen.
SITTING BUDDHA IMAGES INSIDE THE TEMPLE
Today, the walls of this temple are bracket
with steel frames to give support to the weight of the temple.
There are also large curve entrances. Near Mee Nyein Gone Temple
are Hput Zedi, Phar Zedi and Byaing Zedi.
HIGH PASSAGE WAYS INSIDE THE TEMPLE