Although the tower is a bit run down, it looks magnificent and it is no longer allowed to climb. It is beautiful to see from below. Go to another tower in the distance and see it flat.
This is a red-walled temple, the most special of which is the murals, can take pictures, is a better preserved temple. Every temple in the temple of the temple is absolutely unexpected.
Sulamani is the last big stupa I visited in Bagan. Unfortunately, it lost its spire in a major earthquake in August 2016. From a distance, the top part has been under repair. very beautiful!
The spire of Sulamani was also destroyed in the earthquake and is still under construction. There are a total of five doors, the east facing porch is the largest, and the breeze is breezy. What's more exciting is that these murals currently allow free touch and shooting.
The entrance of the Sulamani Pagoda and the main temple are connected by a very long passage. This passage, which is also extremely hot in the afternoon of the rainy season, invisibly deepens the tall and majestic image of the entire pagoda, presumably it plays a sacred role for the visitors to come in. Very beautiful and spectacular!
Small towers are built at the corners of the platform, symbolizing the heart of admiration for the holy relic. The top of the Sulamani Pagoda was destroyed in the earthquake and has not been repaired, which is quite regrettable. The most beloved pagoda in Myanmar is Sulamani. The red brick pagoda is beautiful and vicissitudes of life.
Bagan has more than 2,000 pagodas and temple ruins, and all of them are pagodas. Among the thousands of pagodas in Bagan, I just met you up close. There were more than two thousand pagodas built during the Bagan dynasty. During the Yuan Dynasty, Kublai Khan attacked Bagan. He was also a sweet potato in the Yuan Dynasty. After that, the kings successively became the puppets of the Yuan Dynasty. After that, Myanmar has been divided and turbulent. Until the 16th century (Baidu can understand) 2016, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake occurred south of Bagan, causing damage to many pagodas.
The spire of Sulamani was also destroyed in the earthquake and is still under construction. There are five doors in total, and the east-facing porch is the largest. Each door of the pagoda is decorated with a small half-relief pagoda and door lintel. A large number of flames and triangular shapes are also used on the doorposts.
The entrance of the Sulamani Pagoda and the main temple are connected by a very long passage. Sulamani Temple is very accessible. The spacious courtyard gives the pagoda a strong visual depth, which is very suitable for taking three-dimensional photos.