Aunglan, Myanmar

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Aunglan is located in Myanmar
Location in Burma
Coordinates: 19°22′N 95°13′E / 19.367°N 95.217°E / 19.367; 95.217Coordinates: 19°22′N 95°13′E / 19.367°N 95.217°E / 19.367; 95.217
Country  Myanmar
Region  Magway Region
District Thayet District
Township Aunglan Township
 • Total 72,000
Time zone UTC+6.30 (MST)

Aunglan (formerly known as Allanmyo & Myede) is a city in Thayet District of the Magway Region of Myanmar. It is a port on the left (eastern) bank of the Irrawaddy, across and just north of Thayetmyo,[1] between the cities of Pyay (Prome) , Taungdwingyi(Prome) and Magway. It is the administrative seat for Aunglan Township. As of 2010, the population was estimated at over 72,000.[2]


Since 1999, it has been served by a branch line of Myanmar Railways.

See also


  1. ^ Burma 1:250,000 topographic map, Series U542, NE 46-4 Thayetmyo U.S. Army Map Service, October 1959
  2. ^ ""Myanmar: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population:calculation 2010"". Archived from the original on 2012-09-19. World Gazetteer

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