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  Kuthodaw Pagoda

 

Myanmar

The Kuthodaw Pagoda, located at the foot of Mandalay Hill, houses the world's largest book, i.e. a version of the Tipitaka.

 

It was created by King Mindon Min (fig.) and consists of 729 separate marble steles (fig.), that are housed in equally as many freestanding stupas.

See THAILAND'S NEIGHBOURS & BEYOND.

2200'16.8"N 9606'46.3"E

 

  Kuthodaw Pagoda