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Myanmar’s temple city Bagan awarded UNESCO World Heritage status

Reuters Saturday, 6 July 2019
UNESCO inscribed Myanmar’s ancient capital of Bagan as a World Heritage Site on Saturday, nearly a quarter of a century after the complex of Buddhist temples was first nominated for listing.
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