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  • Mrohaung — Mrauk U Mrauk U (birman : မြောက်‌ဦးမြို့, MLCTS=mrauk u: mrui), aussi appelée Mrohaung, est une ville de Birmanie située dans le nord de l État d Arakan. Elle fut la capitale du royaume du même nom, entre 1431[1] et sa prise par les birmans… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mrohaung, Arakanese Kingdom of — ▪ historical kingdom, Myanmar       in southern Myanmar (Burma), state whose longevity (1433–1785) provided a strong tradition of independence for the Arakan region, a coastal strip on the Bay of Bengal.       King Narameikhla founded a strong,… …   Universalium

  • Mrauk-U —    (Mrohaung, Myohaung)    Capital of the Arakan (Rakhine) kingdom between 1433 and 1784. During its golden age from the mid 16th to mid 17th centuries, it was a major power in the Bay of Bengal and a center of international trade. After the… …   Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar)

  • Indians in Burmese History — Indians have a long and active history in Burma. Indians have actively engaged in Burma for over 2000 years in all spheres of life i.e. politics, religion, culture, arts and cuisine and the effect can be seen till this day.The highway between… …   Wikipedia

  • Narameikhla — ▪ king of Arakan also called  Meng Soamwun   flourished 15th century       founder and first king (reigned 1404–34) of the Mrohaung dynasty in Arakan, the maritime country lying to the west of Lower Burma on the Bay of Bengal, which had been… …   Universalium

  • Mrauk U — 20.58722222222293.192222222222 Koordinaten: 20° 35′ N, 93° 12′ O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • List of former European colonies — This is a list of former European colonies. North America France *Canada (most of eastern and central Canada) *United States (entire basin of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, Great Lakes) Britain *American territories east of the Mississippi… …   Wikipedia

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  • List of Dutch East India Company trading posts and settlements — The following were trading posts owned by the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch West India Company, presented in geographical sequence from west to east:Africaaint Helena*Saint HelenaSouth Africa*Cape of Good Hope (Cape Colony): 1752… …   Wikipedia

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