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        Wat Theptidaram          

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     The place where Sunthon Phu, our great
      poet, used to stay during his monkhood
      (1840 - 1842 A.D.) in this temple.

         
(Bangkoksite Digital Photos taken on Oct. 28, 2001)

Wat Theptidaramm was constructed during 1836 - 1839
by King Rama III. This is one of the three temples rebuilt
during his reign. The temple's buildings were built in
combined Thai - Chinese styles.
 

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Buddha Image inside the vihara.

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Other Temples :
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BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Temple of the Emerald Buddha
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Pho
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Temple of the Dawn
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Benchamabophit
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Ratchanaddaram
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Suthat
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha)
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Ratchabophit
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Indravihara
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Bovorn Nivet Viharn
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Theptidaram
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Srakes | Golden Mount
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Kalayanmit
BlueDot.gif (59 bytes) Wat Thammongkol

Wat Theptidaram is next to Wat Ratchanadda. Visitors
can easily walk from Ratchadamnoen Avenue and turn
to Maha Chai Rd.

See Map of Rattanakosin

 

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