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Statue of King Narai the Great

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Address:Narai Maharat Rd., Thale Chup Son, Muang Lop Buri, Lobburi 15000 Thailand

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The Statue of King Narai the Great is located in the middle of Thepsatri Roundabout, near Lop Buri city hall at the beginning of Narai Maharat Road before entering into the centre of town. The Statue of King Narai the Great is in a standing posture, turning his face to the east. His right hand holds a sword, while his left foot steps forward a little. King Rama IX presided over the opening ceremony on 16 February, 1966. There is an inscription at its base that states “King Narai the Great was one of the great kings. He was born in Ayutthaya in 1632 and died in Lop Buri in 1688. He possessed a great divine power.”

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Narai Maharat Rd., Thale Chup Son, Muang Lop Buri, Lobburi 15000 Thailand

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