Wat Chedi Chet Thaeo, Si Satchanalai Historical Park, Sukhothai Province
This temple is located opposite Wat Chang Lom. The most important constructions at this temple are the main chedi with a lotus-shaped top, a vihara, and 33 subordinate chedis. All the constructions were bounded by demarcation walls. The whole complex was originally surrounded by a ditch.
This temple is called Wat Chedi Chet Thaeo, meaning the temple with 7 rows of chedis, because there are many subordinate chedis here. The subordinate chedis are quite famous, and reflect various art styles, including Sri Lankan, Pagan and Srivijaya.
The late Prince Damrongrajanuphap suggested that this temple might be where the cremated remains of the Sukhothai royal family were kept.
This temple is located opposite to Wat Chang Lom. The important buildings in this temple are the main chedi with lotus-bud shape top, a vihara building and 33 subordinate chedis. A demarcation wall bound all. A temple ditch originally surrounded the whole building complex.
This temple has been called Wat Chedi Chet Thaeo, means the temple with seven rows of chedis, because there are many subordinate chedis here. The subordinate chedis are quite famous. These bear various styles of art such as Sri Lankan, Pagan and Srivijaya styles.
The late Prince Damrongrajanuphap suggested that this might be the temple where the cremated remains of the Sukhothai royal family were kept.






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