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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

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Wat Phra Mahathat
4.7/5
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Wat Phra Mahathat is located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Walking into the temple feels like entering a vast forest, which cools down all the heat. Here you can find the famous Buddha Head which is entwined by tentacle-like banyan roots. Wrapped around by the roots, the Buddha Head appears to have grown from the tree itself, and become part of the tree.
Wat Lokayasutharam
4.5/5
96 Reviews
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Ayutthaya Historical Park
4.6/5
114 Reviews
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Historical Site

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Ayutthaya, the longest dynasty in the history of Thailand, is located in the history of the royal family for nearly 400 years. It was destroyed in 1767 after the invasion of Myanmar. It is not only the glory of the royal family that has been destroyed, but also countless treasures and treasures and unrepairable monuments. After years of baptism, Ayutthaya is still smiling, and the Buddha is still tolerant of the world. Wat Mahathat is the oldest Khmer temple in the city. From the completion of the construction to the incompleteness, it is not to accompany the big city. Now there is no royal companion here. Although it is lonely, it is very shocking to the visitors. Surrounded by trees, the temple has 209 towers and 10 brothels. The most beautiful tower was about 40 meters high. It was unbelievable at the time. Most of the temples after the war have only a pedestal. Most of the Buddha statues are in the same place, leaving only the body. At that time, the Buddha's head was considered to be the most precious part, and the aggressors liked to bring the Buddha's head as a trophy to bring back to their country and enshrine in a palace or museum. In order to promote their own victory. The arches around the stupa are vaguely visible at the time, and the red bricks are decorated with plaster. There is no gold and silver decoration, no color, but there is an irreplaceable legend. Only a few Buddha's tops still exist at the time, very style, from the details can be seen in the old and beautiful. To this day, the pointed tower top seems to tell people about its glory, and its immortal corruption.
Posted: 30 Dec 2018
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