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Royal Flora Ratchaphruek, Chiang Mai, Huge Umbrella Art
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There ia a huge umbrella art at the entrance of Royal Flora Ratchaphruek Garden, Chiang Mai. Royal Flora Ratchaphruek Garden was held as part of the king's 80th birthday celebrations. It's one of the must visit place in Chiang Mai.

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Uploaded: 24/09/2009
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