Kagutarin used to have more than 7,000 pagodas when it was the most. Later, after several winds and rains, some of them are now seen again. I think visiting this type of cultural relics and historical sites still needs a tour guide to explain it.
It wasn't until more than 800 years ago that it reappeared. According to legend, the history of this Tallinn can be traced back to the Bagan period. From the analysis of the craftsmanship of Tallinn, archaeologists found that most of the carvings were made in the 17th or 18th century, which is a bit different from the legendary Bagan dynasty in the 12th century.
The number of Kagutalin pagodas reached 7,623. Later, the glorious Tallinn declined and only reappeared more than 800 years ago. Tallinn under the sunset is beautiful
Due to weather-beaten and earthquake damage, some of the ancient Tallinn villages of indigenous villages have been toppled and some have been rebuilt. Not many tourists, from here you can overlook Inle Lake and the beautiful valley.
Tallinn consists of two to three hundred towers, each with its own characteristics and very cultural connotations. You need local translators and directors to lead the way and explain, otherwise you will get lost and cannot understand anything.