Manuha Temple in Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
Built in 1067, Manuha Temple features massive statues of the The Buddha crammed within spaces barely large enough to hold them. An especially large reclining Buddha is a particular highlight. The temple is located in Myinkaba Village inside the Bagan Archaeological Zone.
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