Who built the Ayutthaya temple?
The Kingdom of Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya was a former kingdom in what is now modern-day Thailand. Ayutthaya was also the name of the capital city of this kingdom, which was derived from the city of Ayodhya in India where Rama in the Hindu epic, Ramayana is born. Ayutthaya is now known as Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya and is on an island that sits on the confluence of two rivers, the Chao Phraya and the Pa Sak. Ayutthaya is home to not just one temple but many temples built in the Ayutthaya kingdom period.
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Ayutthaya's various Buddhist temples were built throughout the Ayutthaya kingdom period from 1350 to 1767, mainly under the orders of the Kings of...
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The written history of Thailand stretches back nearly one thousand years, but southeastern Asian civilization is older still. From its earliest cities to the modern nation, learn about Thailand's history of growth, conquest, colonization, and revolution.