Wat Phutthaisawan, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province
Wat Phutthaisawan, lying on the west bank of river, found the residence of Phra Phuttakosajarn located in the temple's area. Lots of mural paintings aged around 300 years were drawn on the internal wall of this residence which were the illustration of the ten incarnations of the Buddha on the west side of the wall and painting of Phra Phuttakosajarn while going to Sri Lanka by junk on the east side. Others were the masterpieces of artists in the late Ayutthaya period.

Wat Phutthaisawan was the first temple of Ayutthaya, built King U-thong (first King of Ayutthaya) in 1353 A.D. the temple was built on the site of his palace at Tambon Vienglek.

The monument of King Naresuan, King Ramathibodi I, and King Ekathotsarot (right)


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