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Location in the Sagaing area and in relation to the Irrawaddy River.
Coordinates: 21°58′N95°36′E / 21.967°N 95.600°E / 21.967; 95.600 Coordinates: 21°58′N95°36′E / 21.967°N 95.600°E / 21.967; 95.600
Country Flag of Myanmar.svg  Burma
Region Sagaing Region
District Sagaing District
Township Myinmu Township
Time zone UTC+6.30 (MST)

Tizaung is a village in the southeast of the Sagaing Division in Burma. It is located about 2 miles northeast of the township centre of Myinmu by road. The settlement of Paukka also lies by road to the east.

Tizaung contains a notable pagoda. [1]

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  1. Historical sites in Burma. Ministry of Union Culture, Govt. of the Union of Burma. 1978. p. 40.