As beautiful as Yangon

Yangon seems ready to crumble and fall any moment but it is still very beautiful.

In this post: the lake near by Signature Restaurant where we had a fantastic traditional myanmar breakfast, the Sule Pagoda (also known as Downtown Pagoda), the view from the Signature again, a palace downtown, the view from the Ngahtstgyi Paya, the old US Embassy  site of student protest and student massacre in 1988, another palace downtown, the former Immigration Office, the City Hall (it used to be yellow now is white and blue…still yellow on the Lonely Planet), 32nd street where we stayed, a flying window, downtown again.

Yangon sembra pronta a sgretolarsi e cadere da un momento all’altro ma nonostante questo e’ ancora molto bella.

In questo post: il laghetto vicino al Signature un ristorante dove abbiamo mangiato una incredibile colazione tradizionale birmana, Sule Pagoda (chiamata anche la Downtown Pagoda, un’altra vista dal Signature, Un palazzo in centro, la vista dalla Pagoda Ngahtstgyi, la vecchia ambasciata americana sede della protesta e del massacro di studenti del 1988, un altro palazzo in centro, il vecchio palazzo dell’immigrazione, il Municipio (sulle guide e’ descritto come giallo ma l’hanno appena dipinto di bianco e azzurro), la 32sima dove abbiamo dormito, una finestra volante ed un altra via del centro.

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