- Mayangon Township
— Township of Yangon — Mayangon Township Coordinates: Coordinates: Country Myanmar Division Yangon City Yangon Township Mayangon Area - Total 25.3 km2 (9.782 sq mi) Population (2000) - Total 137,000 Time zone MST (UTC6:30) Postal codes 11061, 11062, 11063 Area code(s) 1 (mobile: 80, 99) YCDC
Mayangon Township (Burmese: မရမ်းကုန်း မြို့နယ်, pronounced [məjáɴɡóuɴ mjo̰nɛ̀]; also Mayangone Township) is located in the northern part of Yangon. The township comprises ten wards, and shares borders with Insein township and Mingaladon township in the north, North Okkalapa township and Yankin township in the east, the Hlaing river and Hlaingthaya township in the west, and Kamayut township and Hlaing township in the south. The township has 30 primary schools, seven middle schools and five high schools.
The following is a list of landmarks protected by the city in Mayangon township.
Structure Type Address Notes Aung Shwebontha Dhamma Beikman Monastery Monastery 9 Mile Junction, Pyay Road Kaba Aye Pagoda Pagoda Kaba Aye Pagoda Road Kyaik Kale Pagoda Pagoda Yangon-Pyay Road Kyaik Kalo Pagoda Pagoda Yangon-Pyay Road Kyaik Waing Pagoda Pagoda Kyaik Waing Pagoda Road St. Edward's Roman Catholic Church Church Yangon-Pyay Road St. George's Anglican Church Church Yangon-Pyay Road Tatmadaw Orthopedic Hospital Hospital Yangon-Pyay Road Former military officers training school
- ^ a b "Mayangon Township". Yangon City Development Committee. http://www.yangoncity.com.mm/maps/townships_pro.asp?tname=mayangone. Retrieved 2009-03-15.
- ^ Special Reports: Heritage List. The Myanmar Times. 2001-10-29. http://www.myanmar.gov.mm/myanmartimes/no87/New/14.htm.
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