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One of the corridors from the Maha Muni Pagoda in Mandalay, leads to marble cutters quarters where alabaster statues of all sizes are being carved by the roadside. The marble carvers in Sagyin (which roughly translates as marble) can be seen carving their statues.

TAGS: Mandalay, Myanmar

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Date Taken: 12.2017
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PHOTO LOCATION Mandalay, Myanmar