Sri Ksetra Museum 90% transformed into digital museum

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The photograph displays a World Heritage Site sign at the historic Pyu ancient city of Sri Ksetra.

Ninety per cent of the transformation of Sri Ksetra Museum into a digital museum has been completed in the village of Hmawza, Pyay district, Bago Region.
The Department of Archaeology and National Museum oversees a total of 32 museums, which comprise five types of cultural museums and Buddhist museums.
Among these museums, the website design has been completed including the National Museum (Nay Pyi Taw), National Museum (Yangon), Mandalay Myanansankyaw Golden Palace Cultural Museum, Bagan Ancient Culture Museum, Bago Hanthawady Archaeological Museum and the Beikthano Archaeological Museum.
After designing the website for Sri Ksetra Museum, an online server will be set up in the relevant museums. Additionally, there will be offline servers with touch screens and QR codes for the public to use for study.
Furthermore, according to the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture, a digital directory will also cover famous pagodas from Myanmar, including Shwedagon, Shwemawdaw (Bago), Myathalun (Magway), Maha Muni Buddha Image (Mandalay), Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, Uppatasanti Pagoda, Ananda and Shwezigon Pagodas and Shitthaung temples from MraukU city.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Myanmar, Sri Ksetra is the ancient capital of the Pyu people. Sri Ksetra, located in the Pyu Cultural Heritage Region, is situated approximately five miles south of Pyay in the Bago Region and about 180 miles northwest of Yangon. This ancient Pyu City flourished between the 4th and 9th centuries AD. — TWA/KZW

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