Myanmar #75b 200 Kyats (1991) - RM28.00

The Chinthe is a leogryph (lion-like creature) that is often seen at the entrances of pagodas and temples in Burma and other Southeast Asian countries. Chinthes almost always in pairs, and serve to protect the pagoda. Wikipedia

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Previous name: Burma || Location: South East Asia (largest country) bordered by China, Lao, Thailand, Bangladesh, India || Capital: Naypyidaw || Official Languages: Burmese || Area: 676,578 || Population: 55.39 million || GDP per capita $1,039 || Currency: Kyat (MMK)