Inventory of Monuments at Pagan: Monuments 553-818
Records start around Minnanthu before going north towards Nyaung U, where outstanding mural paintings are found in the Nanda-manya-hpaya and in the temples of the Winido group. The fourteenth-century Hsin-byu-shin monastic complex is represented in full, followed by the great Sula-mani-gu-hpaya temple of 1172 and the Dhamma-yan-gyi temple with its mysteriously blocked inner corridor. The inventory proceeds south to rarely visited monuments such as the Ngamyet-hna-hpaya near Kazun-o and Hpaya-ni, ending up around the Pya-tha-da-gyi.
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