The Shitthaung Temple is a famous stone temple in Mrauk-U, one of the ancient cities of Myanmar. The temple was originally built in 1535-1536 by Arakan King "Min Bar" to commemorate the conquest of his enemies. The name of the temple stands for "Temple of 80,000 Buddha Images," and the temple has also been popularly dubbed the "Temple of Victory." Hundreds of Buddha statues line the main hall, which is encircled by three layers of maze-like corridors. The three corridors contain countless relics of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Kings of Spiritual abodes, Devas, guardian spirits, the 550 Jatakas, and Arakanese culture and animals.