Shwe Ba Taung is a city excavated in the rock at the end of the 19th century. The facades are of Western inspiration but the principle of cave temples has been part of the Buddhist tradition at all times. A few hundred meters away, another, older site is remarkable (https://www.travel-video.info/en/videos/po-win-taung-myanmar.html)

about the place, Pho Win Taung:

Located about forty kilometers from Moniwa in Myanmar, the Pho Win Taung site is famous for its excavated temples. Temples carved into the rock are part of Buddhist traditions. Pho Win Taung has around 800 caves carved into the rock and there are nearly 4,000 sculptures. There are also sanctuaries (monasteries, convents and stupas) whose walls are painted.

The excavations of Pho Win Taung date from the beginning of the 17th century.

About a kilometer from these caves, another more recent troglodyte site. Shwe Ba Taung dates from the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The influences of this other site are more eclectic, mixing Western architectural styles with the Buddhist tradition of Burma ...

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