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Karaweik (Burmese: ကရဝိက် ဖောင်, IPA: [kəɹəweiʔ pʰàuɴ]) or Karaweik Hall is a palace on the eastern shore of Kandawgyi Lake, Yangon, Burma. The barge was designed by Burmese architect U Ngwe Hlaing, who based it on the Pyigyimon royal barge.[1] Construction began in June 1972 and it was finished in October 1974.  The barge is a two-storied construction of concerete and stucco,  reinforced by iron rods, with a pyatthat-topped roof, and two reception halls and a conference room.[2] It houses a buffet restaurant today.
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Karaweik (Burmese: ကရဝိက် ဖောင်, IPA: [kəɹəweiʔ pʰàuɴ]) or Karaweik Hall is a palace on the eastern shore of Kandawgyi Lake, Yangon, Burma. The barge was designed by Burmese architect U Ngwe Hlaing, who based it on the Pyigyimon royal barge.[1] Construction began in June 1972 and it was finished in October 1974. The barge is a two-storied construction of concerete and stucco, reinforced by iron rods, with a pyatthat-topped roof, and two reception halls and a conference room.[2] It houses a buffet restaurant today.

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