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Pebingyaung Pagoda

Type of monument : Type IV Temple (Sinhalese Style)
Location : Near Bupaya
Region : Old Bagan
Built by : Unknown
Date : 12th Century
Monument Number : 1653

Near the Bupaya, lies this pagoda in Sinhalese character. This pagoda contains relics mounted on top of the bell-shaped main structure in a square-based relic chamber.

It was probably built in the 12th century and stands towards the river, near the Bupaya. During the12th century, there were good ties between the people of Bagan and the people Sri Lanka, so the cultural influences were all mixed up in such small building.








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