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Mahabodhi Temple, Bagan

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Location  Bagan, Mandalay Region
Country  Myanmar
Completed  mid-13th century
Affiliation  Theravada Buddhism
Founder  King Htilominlo
Mahabodhi Temple, Bagan
Address  Old Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
Similar  Gawdawpalin Temple, Thatbyinnyu Temple, Bupaya Pagoda, Shwegugyi Temple, Dhammayazika Pagoda

The Mahabodhi Temple (Burmese: မဟာဗောဓိကျောင်း [məhà bɔ́dḭ tɕáʊɴ]) is a Buddhist temple located in Bagan, Burma. It was built in the mid-13th century during the reign of King Htilominlo, and is modelled after the Mahabodhi Temple, which is located in Bihar, India. The temple is built in an architectural style typical during the Gupta period, and contains a large pyramidal tower with many niches containing over 450 images of Buddha. The temple survived the 1975 Bagan earthquake, and was repaired in following years.


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