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Ayuthaya

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Ayuthaya, 86km north of Bankgok, was the royal capital from 1350 to 1767, at the apex of the kingdom of Siam, and one of the most magnificents cities in the world at that time. It was taken by the Burmese and totally sacked, after what the capital moved to Bangkok. The remanents of this glorious past, characterized by the prang (reliquary towers) and gigantic monasteries, form the rich Ayutthaya historical park. The historic town of Ayutthaya and associated historic towns are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Buddha statues, swathed in sacred cloth as a sign of reverence, Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Row of Buddha images in Wat Chai Mongkon, reverently swathed in cloth. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Buddha statue and Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Buddha images, Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Buddha images and shadows, Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Buddha head, Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Wat Chai Mongkon. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Wat Chai Mongkon and buddhas. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Large Buddha image in modern Wat. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Ruined chedis. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color) Lotus pond and  corn-shaped chedi. Ayuthaya, Thailand ( color)
All the 12 color pictures of Ayuthaya are on this page

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