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A photo from the "Saffron" Rebellion - From wikipedia: "In 2007, a series of anti-government protests started in Burma (also known as Myanmar) on 15 August 2007. The immediate cause of the protests was mainly the unannounced decision of the ruling junta, the State Peace and Development Council, to remove fuel subsidies, which caused the price of diesel and petrol to suddenly rise as much as 66%, and the price of compressed natural gas for buses to increase fivefold in less than a week...."

Tens of thousands of monks lead protest in Burma, 2007

Monks of Kha Khat Wain Kyaung Monastery stand in line in Bago, Myanmar on February 19, 2013. (hans a rosbach/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: A Holy Queue in Myanmar

Buddhist monks marching in Rangoon, Burma

March hundreds of monks in and around Lhasa protested against the so called “China’s occupation in the Tibet Autonomous Region.

Βιρμανία / Μιανμάρ

Βιρμανία / Μιανμάρ

Shwedagon Pagode

Shwedagon Pagode



Girl. Burma.

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Birmanie NLD

National League for supporters celebrated unofficial results of parliamentary elections in in April, 2012 (Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

Political Map of Myanmar

US President Obama on a historic visit to Myanmar

View from Minochantha, Bagan, Myanmar

Watching the sunset from the Minochantha stupa group it's possible to see the plains of Bagan, including Ananda Temple and Thatbyinnyu

Great book worth reading about the geopolitical significance of Myanmar. Written by my friend Thant Myint U

Fishermen at sunrise in Amarapura, Myanmar. Photo taken by Christina Feldt

This photo shows fishermen during sunrise in Amarapura, near the famous U-bein bridge, Myanmar.