AYUTTHAYA THE ANCIENT CAPITAL OF THAILAND-6

Next, the Thai style pavilion with attached porches in four directions is unique and adorns the cover of many brochures. The spired roof pagoda pavilion in the middle of the pond is a replica of the one in the Grand Palace. The Royals used the Phra Thinang as a pavilion for changing of regalia.

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Adjoining the Thai pavilion, in contrast stands a single-story mansion built in the Neo classic style still used by the Royals. Historical paintings depicting significant historical events and other literary scenes are displayed here. Both these buildings were being refurbished .

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