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Mandalay Palace

Palace Wall

Palace Courtyard

As Mandalay was the last seat of Myanmar royalty, many things in Mandalay have to be associated with the palace. During a century or so under the British rule, the chief symbols of sovereign, independent Myanmar were the royal palace, the moat and the walls around it - the pride and glory of Mandalay as well as the whole country.

Hsipaw and Suphayalat on the throne

The Mandalay palace was destroyed by the Allied bombing during the world war 2, leaving only the moat and the city walls to remind the Myanmar people of their olden, golden days. The whole palace complex has now been reconstructed, partially restoring the glory of the old Myanmar and linking it with the new.

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