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Prior to Bangkok becoming Thailand’s capital, Ayutthaya was the center of the Siamese Kingdom, from 1351 to 1787. Known throughout the world for its riches and open attitude towards foreign traders, the kingdom prospered for over 400 years before ... 

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Ayutthaya: Buddha's Head

June 2011

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Wat Prasriratthanamahathat - Buddhas's head found in a tree (Ayutthaya)

Ayutthaya, Thailand

June 2011

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Buddha meditating, Ayutthaya, central Thailand

Ayutthaya

November 2013

There were monks touring when we were there.

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Thailand's Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise from Bangkok

Ayutthaya

November 2013

This Buddha's head was put back on and probably not its original head.

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Thailand's Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise from Bangkok

Summer Palace

August 2013

This is the grounds at the Summer Palace in Ayutthaya.

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Ayutthaya

July 2013

This Buddha head had been chopped off and buried during an invasion and then grew up with the tree

Thailand 051

August 2012

Part of the scenic compound of the king when Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand

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RUINS OF WAT MAHA THAT

May 2011

I am within the ruins of Wat Maha That located in Ayutthaya 6901

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BANG-PA-IN PALACE

May 2011

I am standing in Bang Pa-In Palace, a favourite summer resort for Thai Royalty from the Ayutthaya to Rattanakosin periods. In the background is Aisawan=Dhipaya-Asana Pavilion

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