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Royal Flora Ratchaphruek garden in Chiang Mai
Thailand

"Royal Flora Ratchaphruek" is one of the grand celebrations being hosted by the Royal Thai Government in celebrate the auspicious occasion of the Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrations of His Majesty the King's Accession to the Throne in 2006 and His Majesty's Eightieth Birthday in 2007.

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