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Atumashi monastery, Mandalay

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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1.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
The Atumashi Monastery is a Buddhist monastery located in Mandalay, Myanmar diamond, which adorned the Buddha image (originally given to King Bodawphaya by Maha Nawrahta, the Governor of Arakan) disappeared as well.In 1996, Burma's Archaeological Department reconstructed the monastery with prison labor.
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  • It's nice just to get a picture in front of the imposing structure. I would for sure among the things worth seeing.
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  • Just 30 minutes is enough for this monastery. Nothing attracting my interesting except taking some pictures at the front door. The monastery doesn't look well-cared for and the floor is very dirty. Th...  read more »
  • I was fortunate enough to coincidentally drop by during a ceremony. I have no idea what kind of ceremony it was, but it was very nice. Lots of monks chanting, walking around in a specific pattern, som...  read more »
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