The pagodas in Bagan are in different poses, each with a story and history. The Buddha statues in the tower are also in different poses, without the same. This is especially true for murals. This tower has steps to go up to the second floor, and someone will ask you for some tips.
Speaking of Bagan, one thinks of a group of pagodas bathed in the golden light of the setting sun, with no end in sight.
The huge ancient pagoda did not attract too many tourists, it may be because of the rainy day. When I went, it was very deserted and there were only a few staff.
I took a look outside, and I saw the scenery in the North Square. It looked average during the day, but it was OK. If it was at night, it would be very beautiful.
The historic building is simple and the locals are very religious