Re-exhibit king’s equipment with simple donation, necessary documentation

Efforts are underway to exhibit royal artefacts at the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace in Aungmyaythazan Township, Mandalay Region.
The Department of Archaeology and National Museums is extending an invitation to monasteries and individuals in possession of royal relics to contribute these items, along with the relevant evidence and documentation.
For those who offer royal paraphernalia of confirmed historical significance, the department will present a certificate of honour along with a cash award. It’s important to note that the palace structures, including the Myanansankyaw Golden Palace, exemplify the ancient architectural heritage of Myanmar. This palace was once the residence of two kings during the Yadanabon Period, and it stands as a cultural treasure worth exploring for both domestic and international tourists. — TWA/KZW

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