Yuthahuttee monument or Don Chedi war at Suphanburi - Stock image

Suphan Buri Province, Thailand, Adult, Architecture, Armed Forces

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Upload date:October 16, 2013


This monument is located in the vicinity of Tambon Don Chedi, Amphoe Si Prachan, 31 kilometers from the township area. The pagoda was constructed by the royal command of King Naresyuan the Great to commemorate his victory against King Maha Uparacha of Burma in single hand elephant back combat. Found in 1913 in ruined condition, only the base part can be seen. It was renovated having a new pagoda to cover the original one in the year 1952 by the government. A cast statue of King Naresyuan the Great mounting the elephant's neck was placed in fornt of the pagoda.
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