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Wat Sichum, Sukhothai Historical Park, Thailand
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Wat Sichum, Sukhothai Historical Park, Thailand. The temple was built more than 700 years ago and is mainly a large square Mondop building, which houses the huge image Buddha image called Phra Atchana.

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