Myanmar's Kakku Pagodas rise again
In April 2016, over 800 of the roughly 2,500 Kakku Pagodas in Myanmar were toppled by heavy winds. But thanks to support from locals and people the world over, work has begun to repair the damage, if funds don't run out.
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