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Reclining Buddha, Wat Lokayasutharam, Ayutthaya

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The city of Ayutthaya was once one of the capitals of Thailand and, at its peak, was one of the largest cities in the world. In 1767 the city was sacked by the Burmese army. The ruins of its temples and monasteries attract visitors from around the world. Wat Lokayasutharam was once a large temple complex, but now little remains but foundations and this statue, called Phra Buddhasaiyat.

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A: wat Lokkayasutharam

por Rahim, 50 metros de distancia

wat Lokkayasutharam

B: wat Lokkayasutharam

por Rahim, 70 metros de distancia

wat Lokkayasutharam

C: wat Worachetharam 2

por Rahim, 140 metros de distancia

wat Worachetharam  2

D: Wat Lokkayasutharam

por Rahim, 270 metros de distancia

Wat Lokkayasutharam

E: Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Ayutthaya, Thailand

por Christoph Lueken, 530 metros de distancia

Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Ayutthaya, Thailand

F: Seated bronze Buddha

por Kobel Rudolf, 530 metros de distancia

This is the largest seated bronze Buddha from Thailand in the Wihaan Phra Mongkon Bopit.The Wihaan is...

Seated bronze Buddha

G: Wat Mongkol Bophit 2

por Rahim, 540 metros de distancia

Wat Mongkol Bophit 2

H: Ayutthaya Wat Phra Si Sanphet

por Dirk Kurzmann, 570 metros de distancia

Ayutthaya  Wat Phra Si Sanphet

I: Wat Mongkol Bophit, Ayutthaya

por Jedsada Puangsaichai, 570 metros de distancia

Head back south along Sri Sanphet Road. Just south of Wat Sri Sanphet is Wat Mongkhol Bophit, a singl...

Wat Mongkol Bophit, Ayutthaya

J: Wat Phra Sri Sanphet

por Kobel Rudolf, 570 metros de distancia

The royalpalace was located here from the establishment of Ayutthaya in thr regin of King Ramathibodi...

Wat Phra Sri Sanphet

Este panorama fue tomado en Thailand, Asia

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Text by Steve Smith.

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