|Type of monument
||: Type III Temple
||: North of Bagan Myothit
||: Thiripyitsaya & Bagan Myothit
||: Queen Seinnyet
||: 11th Century
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Said to have been built by Seinnyet Queen in
the 11th century A.D. but the design appears to belong to the
later Burmese style of 13th century.
It is a square temple with
four entrances through projecting porches, the main one facing
west. The superstructure consists of the usual terraces and a sikhara resting on a square basement. It constitutes a dual with
the adjoining Seinnyet Nyima.