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  Inle covered bridge

 

Myanmar

A typical Inle covered bridge. This type of pedestrian bridge is highly arched to allow passage of boats, yet during the annual Hpaung Daw U Buddhas Procession, the horizontal middle section of these bridges is temporarily dismantled (fig.) to enable the larger Hintha Barge (fig.) to pass.

See also TRAVEL PICTURES (1) and (2).