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A peaceful retreat through the mountains of the peaceful valley of Peace River in the border region of Thailand and Myanmar has been described as the most peaceful place on Earth.
Peace bridge at Peace River, a peaceful retreat between Burma, Thailand and Cambodia.
In the year 2031, a peace bridge is planned between Burma’s capital of Naypyidaw and the Thai border town of Arakan.
A bridge built by the British Army was destroyed in the battle of Aung San Suu Kyi’s uprising in 1975, but the bridge still serves as a peaceful symbol of the two countries’ history and culture.
“Peace Bridge” at Peace river The bridge is one of the most visible symbols of Burma’s transition to democracy, which was a major turning point in the country’s modern history.
“This is the largest peace bridge on earth, the most massive, and it was built in the 70s by the UK Army,” says the Peace Bridge Association’s executive director, John Hutton.
“It is one that is very significant for us, because it symbolises the two nations’ reconciliation.”
A large wooden bridge has been built across the river to link the two villages.
It’s an iconic piece of heritage, which has been seen by many in the region as a symbol of reconciliation.
Peace Bridge at Peace bridge John Huth, the executive director of the Peace bridge Association, says the bridge has a huge significance for Burma and the people of Thailand.
“The people of Aakan, like all the people in the world, are very sensitive about the way that the bridge was built,” he says.
“We are aware that people from Myanmar and Cambodia have very strong feelings about this.”
Huth says the “peace bridge” has been a symbol for reconciliation since the early 1970s.
“So, it is an extremely symbolic, emotional symbol,” he explains.
“For us, it symbolizes peace, but it also symbolises peace within the community.”
The bridge itself was originally constructed to carry out military operations, but its original purpose was to transport troops and equipment across the border, which the bridge’s creator, Sir John Jentleson, described as “the bridge between two worlds”.
“It’s a very important bridge,” Huth explains.
“[The bridge] is a bridge that has been used by the army for some time and it is a symbol that allows for peace between these two worlds.”
The “peace” bridge is a key piece of the peace bridge project The “Peace bridge” project has been developed by the Peacebridge Association, which works to promote peace and reconciliation between Burma (Burm) and Thailand.
A Peace bridge in Aaka, Thailand, built in 2035 by the United Kingdom Army.
Peacebridge at Peace Bridge The bridge, built to transport soldiers and equipment, is seen as a key part of the “Peace” bridge project.
The “bridge” is a major symbol of peace in the Peace River region.
The Peace Bridge, in Arakang National Park, Myanmar.
The bridge was designed by Sir John Sleddin, who was responsible for building the bridge in the late 1970s in the wake of the Burma-Siam War, a conflict that claimed more than 100,000 lives.
Sir John says the design has been influenced by the work of Chinese artist and Buddhist monk, Tsao Yuanxing.
“When we were working on the bridge, we wanted to create something that was really representative of Buddhist philosophy,” he recalls.
“I was inspired by the way the bridge is made and the way it was constructed and the materials that were used.”
The design of the bridge involves the construction of a wooden structure, a “bridge of light”, which is a massive concrete structure that is constructed on top of a timber structure.
The timber structure is made from logs from trees that are harvested in the area of Aakhang, an area of Myanmar known for its biodiversity and biodiversity conservation.
“They are the backbone of the whole bridge structure,” explains Sir John.
“There is a huge amount of timber around this area that can be used in building the structure.”
A Peace Bridge over the Peace river, in the Arak area of Burma, where the bridge bridge was first built.
PeaceBridge at Peace Water, the name of the project, is a term used to describe the structure of a bridge, with a timber backbone that is built up on top a concrete structure.
Sir Jentls construction of the tree-trunk bridge in Myanmar.
“If you look closely, you will see that the structure is a kind of a hollow tree trunk,” says Sir Jens.
“And when it is cut into the structure, you can see that a timber core is being put into the hollow structure.”
The structure has been nicknamed “the tree-tree bridge” because of its similarity to a tree.
“You can see the timber core embedded into the tree trunk, and the bridge looks like a bridge