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Tha Phae Gate is called Chiang Mai Gate. First built in the reign of the monk Phaya Mangra 1839 Wat Ban Fang intersection.
Tha Phae Gate is a landmark of Chiang Mai. It's a bustling neighborhood. It is filled with shops, restaurants, accommodation and trendy markets popping up. There are walking streets on Sunday evenings. And on the important day is the festival....
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Located in Phrae Municipality, Tambon Wiang, Amphoe Mueang Phrae, Phrae Province. It does not appear that the creation of any period. It is more than 1,100 years old, there is evidence from the temple that said, ".... 1374 Thao Phuephong son of the king. To occupy the city, the soldiers ordered Khun Vishnu Wangchai. As a mother, the monastery was restored. There is a golden God over the moon. Exte... read more
Thung Setthi Fortress is made of laterite in a square form with a length of 83.5 meters and a height of 6 metres. The fortress was fortified by battlements and enclosed by parapets with openings for firing guns. The design of the fortress suggests it may have been influenced by European ideas, dating it to the Ayutthaya era.... read more
      Kamphaeng Khu Mueang Phitsanulok The same wall as the wall of Sukhothai. Walls are visible in Wat Phisan Wat Noi and Phitsanulok Provincial Police Station. The moat is found along Phrathong Road to be paralleled.
      It was built in the reign of King Rama I in order to prepare for the battle of the Kingdom of Lanna kingdom. His Majesty...
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 Located on Suk Kasem Road, this site was built in the reign of King Rama III. During the reign of King Rama V, this fort was used to fight against the Chinese riots. At the front of the fortress, there is a public park suitable for viewing the scenery of the Bang Pakong River. Also, many old cannons can be seen along on the wall.... read more
City wall is alongside Ratchadamnoen Road. The wall was renovated in the early Rattanakosin period and once more in 1990. The wall runs parallel with the city moat from Chai Nua Gate or Chai Sak Gate to the east for 100 metres.... read more

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