Plan of Contemporary Yangon, 2016

Map of the downtown urban grid area of contemporary Yangon

Map of the downtown urban grid area of contemporary Yangon, highlighting the juxtaposition of some of the key religious buildings (Buddhist places of worship shown in bold) and Sule Pagoda was one of the few Buddhist architectures that was preserved during the redevelopment period (Ware, 2016).

Bibliography

Ware, Anthony. Religion and Urbanism in Origin of Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar/Burma: An urban history of religious space, social integration and marginalization in colonial Rangoon after 1852. In Religion and Urbanism: Reconceptualising sustainable cities for South Asia. (Oxon: Routledge, 2016).

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