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Very nice and quite!
Amazing place, interesting ruins, reminded me of Angkor Temples.
Gu Chao Ya Suta is the entrance arch of Wat Khak Kaeo (abandoned), decorated with stucco motifs on the four corners that are expected to be influenced by the stucco deities adorning the walls of Viharn Chet Yod Temple. which was built at the end of the 20th Buddhist century
In the year 2010, the Fine Arts Department has excavated, excavated and found evidence that this Khak Kaeo (abandoned) temple is constructed by planning to face the south towards the Wang River. Found a vihara, which has been built and renovated in at least 2 times, with a walkway connecting it from the Mekong Arch. The pagoda is found to the north and the Ubosot is to the northeast of the viharn. The age is determined from the stucco pattern decorating the Khong archway and the artifacts obtained from excavation and refinement.It is assumed that Wat Khak Kaeo (abandoned) dates back to the 20th - 21st Buddhist century onwards.
Gu Chao Ya Suta Announcement of historic site registration In the Government Gazette, Volume 92, Section 163, dated October 21, 1980.
I just drive through.
Arch of Mekong Temple, Kaew Temple, also known as Ku Chao Ya Suta It is an important ancient place on Wang Nuea Road.
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