Maha Kalyani Sima
This Sacred hall of ordination was originally constructed in 1476 by Myanmar King Dhammazedi, the famous alchemist Myanmar king and son of Myanmar Queen Shinsawpu. It stands beside the road enroute from the triain station to the shwethalyaung in Myanmar Bago. Maha Kalyani Sima was the first of 397 similar sima, Myanmar king Dhammazedi built around Myanmar country, copying plans brought back from Sri Lanka. Philip De Brito, the renegade Portuguese adventurer, burnt it down in 1599 during his period of plunder, and during the sacking of Bago in 1757 it was destroyed once again. Subsenquently, it suffered from fires or quakes on the number of occasions before being leveled by the disastrous 1954 in Myanmar Bago. Next to the hall are 10 large tabltes with inscriptions in Pali and Mon. the hall itself features rows of tented arches around the outside, with an impressive separate cloister and marble floors in side. Niches along the inside upper walls contain 28 standing Myanmar Buddha images.
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