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Thanaka wood and Kyauk pyin stone slab
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Thanaka wood and Kyauk pyin stone slab
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Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats spirits of the national pantheon, Pyin U Lwin Maymyo, Mandalay Division
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Yangon U Win Hlaing, a famous nat-kadaw  medium  Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats of the national pantheon  Pyin U Lwin
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Yangon U Win Hlaing, a famous nat-kadaw  medium  Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats of the national pantheon  Pyin U Lwin
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Yangon U Win Hlaing, a famous nat-kadaw  medium  Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats of the national pantheon  Pyin U Lwin
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Yangon U Win Hlaing, a famous nat-kadaw medium, Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats spirits of the national pantheon, Pyin U Lwin Maymyo
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Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats of the national pantheon  Pyin U Lwin, formely Maymyo  Mandalay Division  Burma  Republic of the Union...
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Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats of the national pantheon  Pyin U Lwin, formely Maymyo  Mandalay Division  Burma  Republic of the Union...
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Myanmar (Burma), Mandalay region, Pyin U Lwin, Shwezigon pagoda
Thanaka wood and Kyauk pyin stone slab
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Monks, National Kandawgyi Gardens, Pyin Oo Lwin, also known as Pyin U Lwin and Maymyo, Mandalay, Myanmar, (Burma)
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Festival of Ko Myo Shin, one of the most important nats spirits of the national pantheon, Pyin U Lwi Maymyo, Mandalay Division
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Butterfly Museum, National Kandawgyi Gardens, Pyin Oo Lwin, (Pyin U Lwin and Maymyo), near Mandalay, Myanmar, (Burma)
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Colonial era shop. Pyin U Lwin. Myanmar
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Asia, Burma, Myanmar, Pyin U Lwin, food, eating, Food, innards, cooked
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Burma / Myanmar: Horse-drawn carriage, Pyin U Lwin (Maymyo), Mandalay Region.<br/><br/> Pyin U Lwin (Maymyo) began as a military outpost on the Lashio-Mandalay...
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Horse and Cart, Pyin Oo Lwin (aka Pyin U Lwin), Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma)
making water offerings at a Buddhistic Temple, Burma, Pyin U Lwin
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Thanaka wood and Kyauk pyin stone slab
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