The institution has pulled from its collections a hundred photographs of Burma from the second half of the nineteenth century. This is a charming journey to a world dotted with Buddhist temples and soothing landscapes. Shaped as pyramids with undulating outlines and conical domes decorated with a multitude of sculpted motifs, Burmese pagodas emerged as the religious structures in this...
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