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Passage to Burma

Scott Stulberg
Cultural Portrait

A regular visitor to the country since 2001, Stulberg presents the teak and bamboo forests, temples and especially the people of Burma in hundreds of full-page color photographs in this illustrated journey.

ISBN: 9781634504850
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Kindly contributed by Scott Stulberg, with images from his just released book Passage to Burma.
"After traveling to Burma many times since 2001, it is easy to get attached to some of my favorite areas within the country. The unique Ubein Bridge, within the township of Amarapura, will always hold a special place in my heart. It is known as the longest wooden teak bridge in the world at 1.2km and links two villages to each other across Taungthaman Lake. It is one of the most breathtaking sights in all of Burma, especially at sunrise and sunset, when the low light gives the scene a moody and ethereal feeling. ... more

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