Sri Kaali Amman Tamil Temple
Anawrahta Rd, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
About Sri Kaali Amman Tamil Temple
This temple is famous for its colorful architecture and carved roofs that depict portraits and images of many Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Shri Kali Temple was constructed in 1871 with amazing architecture.
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