Nay pyi taw

/ˈneɪ ˈpjiː ˈtaʊ/
the official capital of Myanmar (Burma), built in the centre of the country near Pyinmana in 2005–2006, and superseding Yangon (Rangoon) for main government functions. Pop: officially approaching 1 000 000 in 2007


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