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Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park

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Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park is located to the northwest of Wat Mahathat. This ancient temple situated on an island in the middle of Traphang Trakuan pond. The Sri Lankan bell-shaped stupas here indicate the Sinhalese influence in the Sukhothai art style.

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A: Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park, Infrared Panorama

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Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park is located to the northwest of Wat Mahathat. This ancient temple...

Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park, Infrared Panorama

B: Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park, Near Infrared

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Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park.The temple is attractive for its location. Standing in the middl...

Wat Sa Si, Sukhothai Historical Park, Near Infrared

C: Wat Sra Sri, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

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Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a numbe...

Wat Sra Sri, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

D: Wat Sra Sri and Moat, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

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Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a numbe...

Wat Sra Sri and Moat, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

E: Historic park of Sukhothail

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Historic park of Sukhothail

F: Wat Mahathat and Moat, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

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Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a numbe...

Wat Mahathat and Moat, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

G: Wat Chana Songkhram, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

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Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a numbe...

Wat Chana Songkhram, Historic Town of Sukhothai (UNESCO World Heritage) - Sukhothai, Thailand

H: King Ramkhamhaeng Monument in Sukhothai Historical Park

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King Ramkhamhaeng Monument is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat, Sukhothai Historical Park. The b...

King Ramkhamhaeng Monument in Sukhothai Historical Park

I: King Ramkhamhaeng Monument, Sukhothai

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King Ramkhamhaeng Monument is situated to the north of Wat Mahathat, Sukhothai Historical Park. The b...

King Ramkhamhaeng Monument, Sukhothai

J: East Vihara, Wat Mahathat, Sukhothai Historical Park

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Wat Mahathat is the largest and most impressive temple among the ancient monuments within the city wa...

East Vihara, Wat Mahathat, Sukhothai Historical Park

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