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Tha Phrachan is known for its amulet market..
Tha Phrachan is known for its amulet market.
The Wat Mahathat is an important Buddhist temple, which was once used for royal ceremonies and funerals
The National Museum took over the Front Palace grounds, a former royal palace built in the 18th-century just like the Grand Palace
The Museum of Buddhist Art features a large private collection of Buddha images and is operated by the Foundation of Thai Arts Preservation
At the site that used to house the royal stables of the King's white elephants, since 1988 it is a museum about these extremely rare creatures
When Rattanakosin was established as Siam's capital, King Rama I designed this vast open field between the northern wall of the Grand Palace and the eastern wall of the former Wang Na Palace
Mae Toranee is the earth goddess, a deity in Thai Buddhism that is shown wringing water from her ponytail
This temple was built during the Ayutthaya Period, later it was reconstructed and upgraded as a royal temple by King Taksin