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A treasure of a temple because of its paintings.
But so sadly maintained. Bird and bat excrements all over at the bottom of the wall paintings.
To bad it is not kept in better shape.
But looks like no interrest, or other reasons not to...More
This Wat has one of the most unusual temples I’ve ever seen. The downside is that it’s so badly kept, unloved, unswept, dirty, in need of a coat of paint and some TLC. This really could be a tourist attraction if it was kept properly,...More
This wat contains a veritable treasury of art and archectural gems. Very serence with only a few people. I would have thought the temple would have been more crowded, but evidently it does not resonate with locals I could have set under a tree here...More
One of the oldest temple in Roi Et according to the information board. It us an ancient temple by differentiate the roiging tiles. As only very okd temples yses this type of tiles which can been seen in Laos also. Nicely arrange wuth pattern. The...More