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Dreams of Burma, A New Photo App

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National Geographic Traveler and Fotopedia present a photographic journey through Burma’s awe-inspiring scenery.

“Dreams of Burma,” our new app for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, displays the beauty of Burma (Myanmar) through a collection of more than 1,000 spectacular photos and interactive maps. Stretching from the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, Burma offers an endless collection of visual marvels: giant Buddha statues, archaeological treasures, pagodas, temples, stupas, tropical forests, and the luminous people of the country itself.
Editor in Chief, Keith Bellows writes, “To me, Burma–Myanmar, officially–is among the world’s most beguiling destinations, the kind of country, that after you’ve been, inhabits your dreams. When I visited Burma 14 years ago, the power of its beauty and joy of its people so impressed me—and now we have these photographs to share with the world. They evoke all the qualities that drew me there in the first place.”
Travel with us to this wondrous destination right from your iPad or phone.

The app, from Fotopedia–a collaborative photo encyclopedia–in partnership with National Geographic Traveler, features stunning photography as well as navigation tags, social media share buttons, instant slide shows, wallpapers, and a “Trip Builder” to create your own virtual or real tours.

Download the FREE app, then tell us what you think. Email feedback to apps@ngs.org.


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