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## Chiang Rai Black Temple --- Museum related to death

Address: 333 Moo 13 Nang-Lae
Posted: 9 Mar 2019
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The first sight of the black temple is shocking because of the color, because of the momentum. Really shock your beauty, it must be polished after years, you can see the traces washed by the rain, you can see the dryness of the sun, those rows of black and wood-colored houses It is beautiful, and the exquisite carvings, the one-story, high-rise roofs are beautiful. and the seemingly modern art of the later creations, in this ancient jungle, is like a sudden sharp voice in an epic musical, high and good, and destroys the overall atmosphere, even, I don't want to go in and take a look. About the exhibits, the totems of the claws and claws constantly strengthen the strength and atmosphere of the legendary hell with you; but when it comes to the most shocking exhibits, the whole crocodile skin that was stripped off, the first sight Time, its scared, so complete and huge in front of you, even forcing people to fear to escape, but when you find one after another, even the whole room is full of large and small crocodile skin See more is weak and desolation; there is a bunch of intact white bones. At first glance, you will be surprised at what a huge animal, a pile of white bones can occupy the width of a building, then carefully look at it, self-deprecating The answer is just like the will of a baby elephant. How big can it be? It is a pity that the Black Temple is a museum. There are too many exhibits locked in the room. It can only be seen through the glass and across the door lock. Fortunately, the building is beautiful, with hellish colors and tensions showing us death and blood.
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