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Northern Thailand Sights

Wat Chang Lom

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Updated 05/31/2013

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South of the park off Chotwithithong Road is one of Sukhothai's oldest monasteries. Its bell-shape pagoda, thought to have been built in the latter part of the 14th century, is of Sri Lankan influence and is perched on a three-tiered square base atop damaged elephant buttresses. In front of the chedi are a viharn and solitary pillars; the remains of nine other chedis have been found within this complex.

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Chotwithithong Rd., about 4 km (2½ miles) before entrance to Historical Park, reached by turning north down small lane over smaller bridge, Sukhothai, 64210, Thailand

Updated 05/31/2013

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