Gu Byauk Gyi Pagoda is a cave pagoda of early time; built in 1113 CE by Prince Yaza Kumaya, it is believed to be the cave pagoda once held a gold cast of Buddha’s image. The design of it allows very little light inside, hence, mural paintings on its walls are preserved.
Gu Byauk Nge Temple was built by King Nadaungmyar in 1198 CE. The Temple is decorated with floral designs depicting flowers and animals inside. The stone inscription indicated that the land and the slaves villages were donated to the temples by the king.
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