This oval public ground in front of the Grand Palace enclave is used for various royal ceremonies, including the Royal Ploughing Ceremony each May, and is edged by several noteworthy institutions . On the southeast corner is the City Pillar Shrine or San Lak Muang placed there by King Rama I as the foundation stone for the new capital of Bangkok.... read more
 Located on Na Mueang Road, the shrine is featured by the Thai architectural style with 4-sided roofs and a tower (Prang) in the center. Inside, there are 2 city piles which were built in 1834 and 1895. In the same compound, there is Chao Pho Lak Mueang Shrine, which is highly respected. Operating hours are from 07:00 – 16:00 hrs.... read more
It is located opposite King Taksin Shrine, and it is not known when it was constructed. There is an assumption that King Taksin built it when he used Chanthaburi Province as a military base camp for mustering people, weapons and food for reestablishing country. The original one may have been made from laterite, but nobody can surmise the true shape. The present shrine was built in 1981 and now it ... read more
City Pillar Shrine Trat is guardian spirit lies on Luk Muang Road near Wat Yothanimit, it is different from other shrines.The structure features a Chinese shag. It was assumed that. The Great King Taksin set up the shrine while assembling his army to redeem the independence of the country. While seizing Trat, it was said that, French troop saw the province’s residents pay r... read more
Located at the corner of Chumpon Road and Prachak Road, near Thao Suranari Monument, is the City Pillar. A Chinese-style shrine that houses the City Pillar was established in the reign of King Narai the Great. The inner eastern wall is covered with terra-cotta tiles with raised designs depicting Thao Suranari in battle and scenes of ancient daily life in Khorat.... read more
Sisaket City Pillar. Located at the intersection of Tepha RD.Sisaket City Pillar (new) building was completed in 2519 was the year 2531. The City Pillar made of wood Chaiyapruk. Roof is lined with marble, and the Thai Chaturaphak and stained glass. The shrine draws on the south face. The symbols on the occasion of His Majesty the King 's treasures Siriraj 50 years . ... read more
The City Pillar is an important sacred place of Surin Province situated about 500 meters to the West of the City Hall. Originally it was only the shrine with no pillar for over hundred years. In 1968, the Fine Arts Department built a new City Pillar Shrine and the 3-meter city pillar was carved from the Javanese Cassia Tree.
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Located on Srinarong Rd., the south of Tung Srimuang and the north of Ubonratchathani's national museum. This province did not have the city pillar until police major general Wichai Srimantorn, the governor in that time, realized that the importatnt province since the old day should have had the city pillar to be people's esteemed.... read more
Amnat Charoen City Pillar Shrine located in the Ming Mueang Chaloem Phrakiat Public Park on Chayangkun Road, was built from well-selected and flawless auspicious wood - Cassia fistula in the Tako Thong Garden, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima. It is believed that the City Pillar Shrine is a residence of gods who protect the city and an anchor of the people of Amnat Charoen.
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ประวัติความเป็นมา ผู้เรียบเรียงประวัติของเจ้าแม่สองนาง ได้เขียนได้ดังนี้ ตามที่ได้รับฟังคำบอกเล่าจากผู้เฒ่ามาคือ พ่อตู้จ้ำนาค สุริยะกาญจน์ (จ้ำ หมายถึง คนดูแลศาลเจ้า) และพ่อตู้เฮือง ผิวเฟื่อง (ปัจจุบันอยู่คุ้มเหนือ) เล่าว่า เมื่อปี พ.ศ. 2137 เกิดศึกฮ่อ ได้ขับไล่คนไทยออกจากลุ่มแม่น้ำโขง ลงมาทางตอนใต้ พวกเผ่าพันธุ์ไทยเดิมก็อพยพลงมาตามแม่น้ำโขง มาปักหลักอยู่หลายแห่ง แบ่งกันอยู่คนละมุมตามลุ่มแม่น้ำโขง... read more
Located in the Tung Sri Muang field, in middle of the city, San Lak Muang was established in 1999. The place is where the citys guardian deity is believed to reside. Built in contemporary Isan style of architecture, the compound also houses God Wetsuwan, the provinces protecting God (as depicted in the provincial seal), along with the city pillar which is highly respected by the townspeople.... read more
ศาลหลักเมือง ตั้งขึ้นเมื่อ ปี พ.ศ. 2408 เมื่อท้าวมหาชัย เจ้าเมืองมหาสารคามคนแรกได้รวบรวมไพล่พลจากจังหวัดร้อยเอ็ดมาตั้งเมืองใหม่ ได้สร้างศาลหลักเมืองและอัญเชิญเจ้าหลักเมืองมาประทับ เพื่อเป็นสิ่งศักดิ์สิทธิ์คู่บ้านคู่เมือง ถือว่าเป็นสถานที่ศักดิ์สิทธิ์ เป็นที่เคารพสักการะของชาวจังหวัดมหาสารคาม ชาวบ้านให้ความเคารพนับถือมาก
ศาลหลักเมืองมหาสารคาม อยู่ติดถนนครสวรรค์ หน้าโรงเรียนหลักเมืองซึ่งเป็นถนนสายหล...
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This shrine is on the bank of Nong Pla Thao, 3 kilometres from the city, on the way to Ban Khwao. There is a large tamarind tree on the bank, which is said to be where Chao Phraya Lae died fighting Vientiane soldiers in 1826... read more
ศาลเจ้าพ่อกุดป่องและศาลหลักเมือง ตั้งอยู่ห่างจากวงเวียนน้ำพุประมาณ 100 เมตร ติดกับสวนสาธารณะกุดป่อง เป็นศาลเก่าแก่ที่ประชาชนเคารพนับถือ สำหรับศาลหลักเมือง สร้างเมื่อ พ.ศ.2525 เสาหลักเมืองทำด้วยไม้ราชพฤกษ์ แกะสลักเป็นรูปหัวเม็ดทรงมัณฑน์ ลงรักปิดทองทั้งองค์ มีความสูง 139 ซ.ม.... read more
The city shrine is the stone pillar aging in Dvaravati and Khmer period).  It's expected to be built during the  11th-12th Buddhist century to the 17th-18th.   It is considered as the oldest city pillar in Thailand.  It is situated opposite to the Cultural Center of Phetchabun.... read more
The city pillar was built when the founder of Chiang Mai, King Meng Rai, ruled the city in 1296. Located in front of Wat Chedi Luang and enshrined in a small Thai chapel, the pillar is made of log and kept underground. The Khao Inthakil or city pillar celebration is held annually in May.... read more
The pillar is housed in a structure, which often reflects the historical background of the province. Each Shrine has great religious, social, and political importance, and are held in high regard by the local inhabitants. Most Thai provinces have an official Shrine, and some districts within a province have their own, smaller shrine.... read more
The Department of Military Engineering in Ratchaburi Away from the city about 600 meters to the old City Pillar Shrine. Generated during the Buddha Lertla Naphalai... read more
This is located in the compound of the City Hall. It was constructed in 1977 as a four-gabled pavilion housing the city pillar and statues of the gods Narai and Vishnu. On one side is enshrined a Buddha image of the Sukhothai style in the attitude of Subduing Evil.... read more
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya City Pillar Shrine The construction of the City Pillar Shrine is according to the ancient tradition that was popular to create the City Pillar is a mascot and auspicious vision. For knowing where the city pillars are located That city would be peaceful and happy. The City Pillar must be buried in the downtown area. Or in a location that is Chaiyaphum according to the direc... read more
The Kamphaeng Phet Pillar Shrine is presumed to have been built during the reign of Phra Maha Thammarat 1 (Lithai). The laterite is about 2 meters long and buried about a meter. The head of the deer is on the laterite. During the reign of King Rama V, the roof of the shrine was broken down over the main pillar and the head of the thepharak. After that, it was in a desolate state for a long time un... read more
City Pillar Shrine of the Four Great Kings This shrine is situated at Ban Pak Rong, by the Kittikachorn Bridge, south of the city. The Shrine was established to honor Thailand's four former Great Kings who were associated with Tak. These Kings called for several strategic troop assemblies in the province to fight against invading forces. In this light, the Shrine represents utmost respect for the ... read more
รูปพระแม่ย่านี้ทำด้วยศิลาสลักแบบเทวรูป พระพักตร์ยาว พระหนุเสี้ยม พระเกตุมาลายาวประดับเครื่องทรงแบบนางพญาสูงประมาณ 1 เมตร พระแม่ย่าองค์นี้สันนิษฐานว่าสร้างในสมัยพ่อขุนรามคำแหงมหาราช พระองค์ทรงสร้างขึ้นเพื่ออุทิศให้กับพระมารดา คือนางเสือง การที่เรียกว่า"พระแม่ย่า" นี้เพราะว่า พ่อขุนรามคำแหงมหาราชทรงเรียกมารดาว่า "พระแม่" และชาวเมืองสุโขทัยเคารพพ่อขุนรามคำแหงมหาราชเสมอด้วยบิดา ดังนั้น จึงรวมเรียกพระม... read more
Phitsanulok City Pillar Shrine. Enshrined within the City Pillar Shrine Located along the Nan River in the west near the town hall, Phitsanulok. Design by the Fine Arts Department it is a crown prang.
Phitsanulok City Pillar The pillar is made of many kinds of wood. Assigned by LuangPu Ngon Sorayo Wat Phra Phutthabat Khao Ruak it is divided into 3 parts.

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Phrae Shrine By the year 1387 Khun Luang. Phrae is governor of Phrae. During the construction of the first city. Sometimes referred to as the city of the current name has appeared. Temple in Wat Luang, Tambon Wiang, Amphoe Mueang Phrae Wat Luang is an ancient temple. Presumably built with the creation of the city of Phrae. Wat Phra Dhammakaya is the temple of the legendary ruler. Later in the year... read more
Wat Muang is a deserted temple. Renovated by Ananda Vorrithichej Ruler of Nan By the year 2400. The inside of the temple consists of a statue of Buddha, stucco. I love gold. Chiang Saen Arts are over 400 years old, and there is a pagoda. The ancient temple as well as the temple. And the temple has a stucco molding on the outside wall of the temple. It is a craftsman Chiang Saen. Inside the murals ... read more
Phayao City Pillar Shrine Phayao is a district of Chiang Rai Province. And was raised as a province on August 28, 2520 as a blessing to the country. The first pagoda was built in 1977. But not successful Successfully built in 1987, but relocated. But still in the district. Muang District, Phayao City Pillar Shrine
City Pillar Shrine The road is surrounded by the sides. Close to Wat Si Umongkham. A...
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Wat Klang Wiang is a temple located in the heart of Chiang Rai. Built in 1975, the original villagers called Wat Chan Ta Lok or Wat Chan Lok because the temple used to have large red sandalwood that sacred wood used to worship the ancient tradition and the main pillar of Chiang Rai is located. Until when the new city of Chiang Rai. And this temple is in the center of the city. The navel or the pil... read more
Chao Por Lak Muang Shrine is located in front of Lampang City Hall, southwest. It is assumed that built over a hundred years ago. The Buddha image blackened alloy is in the posture of meditation and commonly called Luang Phor Dam.
This image is one of four Buddha images built in 1968 by the Territorial Defense Department to be enshrined at the four cardinal directions of the country. Therefor...
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 City Pillar Shrine is opposite to the city hall.  The shrine has beautiful mural paintings.... read more
This shrine, on Malaiman road, placed statues of I-Suan and Narayana engraved on green stones. They are respectable for all Thai and Chinese people.... read more
Chumphon City Pillar Shrine Located in front of the municipal office of Chumphon is the place where the city pillar is enshrined with the objective of building the Chumphon City Pillar Shrine is to show gratitude to the land homeland and is also a symbol of building a country to be an anchor for the hearts of Chumphon people
The construction of the City Pillar Shrine of Chumphon has used the desig...
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Surat Thani City Pillar Shrine It was built on June 9, 1996 to pay homage and honor His Majesty the King. On the auspicious occasion of His Majesty the King Rama IX's accession to the throne for 50 years.And to be the center of the hearts of the people of Surat Thani Province
The City Pillar Shrine consists of a chedi in the shape of an inverted bell. There is a chedi in the form of an inverted be...
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City Pillar Shrine Songkhla The Chinese architectural style building was constructed together with the city itself. The Chinese immigrants who came to settle there at the beginning of the 24th Buddhist Century had a major role in the establishment of Songkhla, hence, the distinctive Chinese lifestyle of the area.... read more