This a film of photographs from Mrauk-U in Rakkhine State in Myanmar, which is one of the greatest of the ancient pilgrimage sites in the country, on a par with Bagan, but still lying unvisited because of all the troubles that that state has seen in modern times.
It contains around 700 temples spread across a plain around the main town, and is on the list of places designated for World Heritage status, being backed by former UN Head Kofi Anan. Besides brick buildings, it also contains many frescoes and statues.
The film is very simple, it has no narration, virtually no subtitles or additional information, but just good views of the temples and the people who live in the area, with fairly suitable and attractive music to accompany the sights. Sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds.
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