|Country||Mandalay, Mandalay Region, Burma|
|Founder||King Mindon Min|
Taiktaw Monastery (Burmese: တိုက်တော်ကျောင်း) is a royal Buddhist monastery in Mandalay, Burma, known for its bold wooden carvings. The central building was the residence of the Thathanabaing, and the posts were taken from the Amarapura Palace. It was built by King Mindon Min in 1859, and was used under the Burmese monarchy as the official residence of the Thathanabaing.
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