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Burma/Myanmar 2012

This photo series includes pictures of the premises of the EU Delegation in Nay Pyi Taw, capital city of Burma/Myanmar, pictures of a centre for disabled children located in Rangoon and funded by the EU, pictures of public administration buildings including the Parliament and ministries, and finally picture postcards of the country, showing pagodas and illustrating street scenes.

  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The office of the European Union Delegation in Myanmar
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The reception of the European Union Delegation office in...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A classroom
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A child playing
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Children playing
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Playtime for children
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Playtime for children
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 DIY on the classroom door
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Playtime for children
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Centre "Eden hydrotherapy pool"
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Children playing the xylophone and percussion (music...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A plate on a clasroom door with the EU logo and marked...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A child making a drawing
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A child playing with mutli-coloured balls
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 One of the rooms of the centre
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A vehicle provided by the EU used by the centre staff...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 View of the capital city of Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Gems Museum
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The highway leading to the Parliament
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Parliament in Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Security mesures near the Parliament in Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Ministry for Transport
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Ministry for Foreign Affairs
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Uppatasanti Pagoda in Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Uppatasanti Pagoda in Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Uppatasanti Pagoda in Nay Pyi Taw
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon
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Date: 27/10/2012

  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Over the weekend the Shwedagon Pagoda is full of worshipers...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 Over the weekend the Shwedagon Pagoda is full of worshipers...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Burmese go to the Pagoda to make their prayers and...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Burmese are used to visiting the Pagoda to pray and make...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Burmese are used to visiting the Pagoda to pray and make...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Burmese are used to visiting the Pagoda to pray and make...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 The Burmese are used to visiting the Pagoda to pray and make...
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  Burma/Myanmar 2012 A man carving a wooden Buddha figure at the Shwedagon Pagoda
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