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Wat Ratchaburana, Viewed from Prang, Ayutthaya
Thailand

Wat Ratchaburana was built in 1424 and splendidly restored. The temple stands out for having a large Prang which recently restored to its original condition.You can climb inside the prang for nice views and a little exhibit. The mysterious  staircase down, leads to two unrestored rooms with original paintings still visible on the walls.

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