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1.  Luang Phor Pinad (Article)
  Although Luang Phor Pina Piyataro passed away several years ago, his name and amulets are as highly respected today as they were then. Amongst his many devotees are soldiers, physicians, police, etc. It is thought that as a monk he had achie
2.  Wat Chanasongkram (Article)
  Wat Chanasongkram is located on Jakapong Road, near Banglampoo Market in the centre of Bangkok. The temple was appointed as a second-class royal temple.
3.  Wat Tano (Article)
  Wat Tano. This temple is located at 18 Moo 8,Bangwak Sub-district, Pasicharoen District, Bangkok
4.  Wat Lingkob (Article)
  Wat Lingkob was assumed to be have been built by an old man known as Lung Kob (Uncle Kob), but no one knew exactly when it was built.
5.  Wat Bangpa-In (Article)
  The temple was built during the end of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, or around B.E.2300 and was renovated in B.E.2491-B.E.2494. On June 24, B.E.2509, HM the King and Queen had presided over the sacred ceremony to install the temple Chorfa and to pour gold i
6.  Wat Khun In Angthong (Article)
  Wat Khun Inthapramun Is located in Tambon Inthapramun. It is an ancient temple constructed in the Sukhothai period. Considering the original line of brick remains, it is estimated to be a large temple.
7.  Wat Keschaiyo, Angtong (Article)
  Wat Chaiyo Worawihan Ang Thong Province commonly known as Keschaiyo or Kes monastery.
8.  Wat Rakhang (Article)
  This royal temple of the second grade is located on the western bank of Chao Phraya River, opposite Tha Chang landing. Its original name was Wat Bangwa Yai", an old temple built during the Ayutthaya period.
9.  Wat Bowon Niwet (Article)
  Wat Bowornnivet Viharn is one of the most important royal temples in Thailand, The temple is also the residence of the current Buddhist Patriarch of Thailand named "Somdej Phra Yanasungworn".
10.  Wat Suthat (Article)
  The current Abbot of Wat Suthat is Phra Visuthathibodee and is assisted by Phra Vachvichitphatiphan. Over the years, many well respected monks have emerged from Wat Suthat, some of the more familiar being Somdej Phra Sangkharaj Pae, Chao Khun Sri Son
11.  Wat Nong Pah Pong (Article)
  Wat Nong Pah Pong is a Buddhist forest monastery located in the province of Ubon Rachathani, in the North-East of Thailand. It was established by Venerable Ajahn Chah Subhaddo in 1954 so that monks, nuns and laypeople would have a place to study and
12.  Wat Pho Bangpha-in  (Article)
13.  Wat Phra Ngoen Nonthaburi (Article)
14.  Ancient Sukhothai - Map of temples (Article)
15.  Sukhothai era Amulets and Temples - Sukhothai Province (Article)
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