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  Tabatkya Zedi

 

Myanmar

Tabatkya Zedi a Theravada Buddhist temple in Old Bagan. It dates from 1046 AD and is located near the Tharabha City Gate (fig.) and opposite of the Buddhist library Pitaka Taik (fig.). It is surrounded by a low brick wall.

 

It has a square floor plan, three terraces and is topped in the center by a bell-shaped stupa, though the spire with its gilded hti-umbrella has been toppled in the August 2016 earthquake.

See also THAILAND'S NEIGHBOURS and BEYOND.

2110'15.2"N 9451'50.6"E

 

  Tabatkya Zedi