MoRAC Union Minister inspects Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Mandalay Region

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MoRAC Union Minister U Ko Ko looks round the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Mandalay yesterday.

Union Minister U Ko Ko of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture visited the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace and inspected the kings’ chambers, queens’ chambers, stone inscription chambers 1 and 2, the cannon museum, which is displaying various ancient cannons and tombstones of King Mindon and the queen, yesterday morning.
The Union minister pointed out that the palace is the last entity of the Konbaung dynasty and a true legacy of Myanmar’s ancient culture and history. Thus, all Myanmar nationals in addition to the staff of the Department of Archaeology and National Museum should treasure and preserve the palace, he stressed.
Afterwards, the Union Minister, Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Maung Ko, Mandalay government members and MoRAC officials watched the play “Athet Htet Myat Thaw Gon Thate Kha” (Dignity higher than life) which was scheduled to perform by the Department of Fine Arts to the public at the National Theatre (Mandalay). — MNA

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