Three Pagodas Pass

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Three Pagodas Pass,

mountain pass, alt. 925 ft (282 m), at the southern end of the Dawna Range, on the Myanmar-Thailand border. It has long been the chief route between SE Myanmar and the Chao Phraya valley of Thailand.
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John eventually arrived at Three Pagoda Pass, on the border of Thailand and Burma.
However, fighting continued at Three Pagoda Pass, another Burma border town 100 miles south of Myawaddy.
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