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— King Anawrahta began a building program in 1057 CE that created over 4,000 stupas and temples covering the plain of Bagan, which extends south of the Ayeyarwady River for 40 square kilometers. Within the shadows of this once important religious and cultural center and beside monuments like the Ananda Temple, farmers and herders still use the land to eke out a subsistence living.
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- Burma From the Inside, Looking Out, Burma From the Inside, Looking Out