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This article was written due to the 36th convention of UNESCO at Doha, Qatar in 2014. Recently, there were many countries around the world proposing their countries’ attractions to be considered as world heritage. The proposed attractions can be classified as natural world heritage and mixed world heritage. One of the country was Myanmar which proposed outstanding archaeological in Myanmar also proposed. These archaeological sites compose of ancient city, city wall, city moat, monuments and sculptures of Pyu people. In the area, there are many things discovered such as monuments, especially Chedi and Chedi Vihara including numerous high reliefs and round reliefs of Buddha images. Even though most of monuments discovered were degenerated but still displayed the glorious tradition of Pyu, which had been prospering from the 6th century until it was lost and became Myanmar. Nowadays only few cultural traces of Pyu are remaining for people to delve into the root of Pyu’s civilization. Pyu’s civilization had been growing long before the coming of Burmese, whose civilization has been developing until today. The historical sites not only are influenced respectively by Amaravati, Gupta and Pala styles but are also mixed with traditional styles of Pyu, which are mainly affected by Theravada Buddhism. Pyu civilization and all the monuments are considered as the worth seeing tourists attraction.

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