Иравади / Мьянмар
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Bagan is located on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River, a historic royal city in Southeast Asia Myanmar (Burma), 155 km south west of Mandalay. Located on Irrawaddy on which trade routes from China and India meet, Bagan was already in the middle of the 9th century the central place Upper Burma. Under the king Anawrathas (accession in 1044) and his son Kyanzittha Bagan flourished and the kingdom grew to the size of present-day Myanmar. The rulers of Bagan linked their power closely to the Buddhist faith and in only two hundred years in the town about 6000 temples, pagodas and monasteries decorated with sandstone, glazed panels and stucco were built. The hayday of Bagan ended when in 1287 the army of the Mongol prince Kublai Khan took over the city.
Город Янгон расположен на Бенгальском заливе в устье реки Иравади. Здесь проживает около 5 миллионов жителей. Город известен больше под названием Рагун, а раньше он назывался Дагон. Он слывёт самым чистым городом Азии. Посетителей притягивает большое количество восточноазиатских храмов пагод, а также великолепные парки.
Kreuzfahrtschiffe zum Reiseziel Иравади / Мьянмар
Discover the mysterious magic of Myanmar! On the Kalay Pandaw RV cruise, you will sail on the Irrawaddy, one of the lifelines of this country. Numerous shore
Imagine a fancy boutique hotel, decorated in fine teak and mahogany wood! Colored accents, exotic smells and the special charm of Asian hospitality. But this
Already during the welcome drink aboard the ship, you will notice that you have embarked on a very special holiday. You sip on the drink and marvel at the
You love the special and that's why you have chosen this ship! Every day you enjoy the high level and the cultivated, cosmopolitan atmosphere on board. Relax
- Akauk Taung, Amarapura, Ava, Bagan, Bagaya Kyaung, Bago, Bhamo, Danuphyu, Donabye, Gwechaung, Heho, Henzada, Hmawza, Inle Lake, Kalaw, Kalewa, Kanee, Kani, Katha, Kin, Kyaikto, Kyan Hnyat, Kyauk Hlay Gar, Kyauk-Myaung, Kyidaw, Kyun-daw, Magwe, Manaung, Mandalay, Maubin, Mawlaik, Mawlamyine, Maymyo, Minbu, Mingun, Minhla, Monywa, Mrauk-U, Myanaung, Myinmu, Nwe Nyein, Nyaungdon, Pagan, Pakangyi, Pakokku, Pindaya, Prome, Pyay, Pyin Oo Lwin, Sagain, Salay, Sale, Shwe Daung, Shwe Kyat Ye, Shwe Paw, Shwe Pyi Thar, Shwe-gu, Singu, Sittwe, Tachilek, Tagaung, Tan Kyi, Thabeikkyin, Thayet Myo, Thayetmyo, Thein Gone, Tigyaing, Tonbo, Twante, Yandabo, Yandoon, Yangon (Rangoon), Zakagyi, Zinbon