Izza Gawna Temple

Izza Gawna Temple

North of the Myinnanthu village
13th Century
Monument No.


This rectangular brick monastery is 90 feet in length, 100 feet and 4 inches in width and 20 feet and 8 inches in height. It is a low brick structure with a flat roof.

It has one central cell and two cells inside the building but, no window. There is no Buddha image inside it. It is designated as the place where monks practiced meditation. Floral motifs can be seen at the corners of the stone pillars. There is a narrow staircase at the northwest corner of the temple which leads to the top of the temple.

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