Sule Pagoda was originally built in the South Indian temple style, but changed it in course of time to local architecture by replacing the tower with spires. While redesigning the city, Lt. Fraser left the structure undisturbed and now serves as a prominent roundabout. All roads of downtown converge on to this place. The pagoda is surrounded by City Hall, Law courts and many Government offices. In front of the pagoda is the famous Mahabandoola Park and the Independence monument. The pagoda is a pale version of Shwedagon and not that impressive when compared to other impressive pagodas that dot around Rangoon.
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