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Unseen Asia 2010 Winners
You can find thousands of Buddha statues in Bago, a historical location situated some 80 kilometres north of Yangon, Myanmar. Formerly known as Pegu, Bago was founded by the Mon in 573 AD but its days as a major river-port town declined as the river changed course. The Burmese king Alaungpaya destroyed the town in 1757 but left the religious buildings intact.
Photo: Aung Pyae Soe
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|RD Editor on 30 April 2013 ,11:33 |
Hi there, we select one winner for Unseen Asia every month. The winning picture is published in the magazine. You are welcome to resubmit photos each month. Thanks for entering! RD Editor
|syed zaman on 24 April 2013 ,17:12 |
How long it will take time for selection?...I posted very lately 5 beautiful photos about my country bangladesh happy new year",pahela Boishakh 1420 festival"..if it 's been late ..please reviw the my photos for next month competition..One last question..can i post same picture again..if it has been late for the competition of this month? I hope you will reply my about the details of the Asian photo competition
|Ali Amaan on 17 February 2013 ,16:09 |
How long would it take to know the result? Please tell the result date editor 'cause I've posted some.
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