Bagan / Myanmar / Burma
A classic example of 13th century temple construction in Myanmar, and now a very popular destination for tourists. Inside a series of Buddha statues have been well maintained, and glisten with gold leaf. Outside the vendors work hard to pitch their trinkets to tourists.
These images were taken during the 2012 Myanmar Photo Tour
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