Shweinbin Monastery around 1900.
|Country||Mandalay, Mandalay Region, Burma|
Shweinbin Monastery (Burmese: ရွှေအင်ပင်ကျောင်း) is a Buddhist monastery in Mandalay, Burma, built in the tradition of Burmese teak architecture. The monastery was built in 1895 by a Sino-Burmese merchant married to a Burmese woman of royal extraction. The monastery's construction strictly adheres to traditional rules of Burmese monastic architecture and includes all of the designated pyatthat-crowned pavilions.
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