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A young man asleep in the Shwekyimyint Paya. In a country where most people live in poor and cramped quarters, Burma's many pagodas are frequently used as public living spaces. The Shwekyimyint Paya shrine, founded in 1167 by Prince Minshinzaw, contains a Buddha image consecrated by the prince himself.