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Wat Si Chum temple, Sukhothai Historical Park, Thailand

Wat Sichum (which means “Temple of the Bodhi tree”) is a temple located outside the walled city of Sukhothai and was built during the 13th Century.

Its large image of Buddha (the largest in Sukhothai), named 'Phra Achana’, sits on a building whose mondop roof brick collapsed.

The temple is part of the Sukhothai Historical Park, which covers the ruins of the former capital of the Sukhothai Kingdom and was declared a 'World Heritage Site’ by the UNESCO in 1991.

Copyright: Laurent Estreboou
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 07/06/2016
Uploaded: 15/06/2020


Tags: sukhothai; thailand; temple; buddhism; buddha; unesco; statue; world heritage; monument; tourism; ancient; historical site park
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