City Hall, Rangoon

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Sule Pagoda Road / Maha Bundoola Road

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    The seat of local government.

    by planxty Written Mar 19, 2006

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    Yangon City Hall, Myanmar.

    the photo shows the Yangon city Hall, now administered by the YCDC (Yangon City Development committee) and is a reasonable impressive structure dating from 1939, although work began in 1928. I don't believe you can actually go in there, unless on business, but it is quite pleasant architecturally.

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    Burmese and Colonial Architecture.

    by euzkadi Written Feb 28, 2010

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    Located next to Sule Paya in front of the Mahabandola park, this beautiful yellow building was built in 1939 by Burmese architect Sithu U thin. The building has a mixture of British and Burmese architecture with some interesting details as the green peacock ornamentation above the main entrance, and the Burmese designs on the pillars and roof.

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    Town Hall

    by hydronetta Written Jan 4, 2007

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    Around Sule pagoda which marks the centre of yangon are a number of interesting buildings. One of them is the colonial style Town Hall but with a burmese touch. It's a massive building but in desperate need for renovation to show off its splendor. There is an attractive peacock ornamentation above the entrance

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    yangon city hall

    by ukirsari Updated Aug 29, 2006

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    known as one of the finest garden city in the past, yangon city hall [dated 1939] is really matching with the environment. after people park and independence monument of myanmar, can be found this huge - tall building. mixed architecture east and west made this building has unique look. on mezzanine, can be seen a green peacock meanwhile the pillars and roof represent burmese cultural design.

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