Kyaymyin Monastery

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Kyaymyin Monastery
ကြေးမြင်ကျောင်း
Religion
AffiliationTheravada Buddhism
Location
CountryMandalay, Mandalay Region, Burma
Kyaymyin Monastery is located in Myanmar
Kyaymyin Monastery
Shown within Myanmar
Geographic coordinates21°59′03″N 96°06′51″E / 21.984174°N 96.114180°E / 21.984174; 96.114180Coordinates: 21°59′03″N 96°06′51″E / 21.984174°N 96.114180°E / 21.984174; 96.114180
Architecture
Completed1878; 141 years ago (1878)

Kyaymyin Monastery (Burmese: ကြေးမြင်ကျောင်း), also known as the Yandabo Ywaza Monastery (Burmese: ရန္တပိုရွာစားကျောင်း) is a historic royal Buddhist monastery in Mandalay, Burma. The monastery, located on 62nd Street, was founded originally established by a village head, the Yandabo Ywaza, in 1878.[1] It was subsequently renovated by the Kyaymyin Queen, a minor consort of King Mindon Min.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b "Hidden History: Century-Old Monasteries in Mandalay". The Irrawaddy. 2018-09-04. Retrieved 2018-10-15.
  2. ^ "မန္တလေးမြို့တွင် လက်ရာမြောက်ရှေးဟောင်းကြေးမြင်မိဖုရားကျောင်း(ရန္တပိုရွာစားကျောင်း)ကို လေ့လာနိုင်". Myanmar News Agency. October 2018.