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The Grand Hall of Wat Maha That in the old Sukhothai Kingdom is composed of eleven large rooms. It is believed that there is also a niche behind the pedestal in which a bronze Buddha image, named Phra Sri Sakya Muni, was seated. Nearby are the statues of four distinctive gestures which are known as Phra Si Iriyabot. The statues show unique characteristics of the distinguished art in casting the image in Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai and Kamphaeng Phet.
The Grand Hall of Wat Maha That in the old Sukhothai Kingdom is composed of eleven large rooms. It is believed that there is also a niche behind the pedestal in which a bronze Buddha image, named Phra Sri Sakya Muni, was seated. Nearby are the statues of four distinctive gestures which are known as Phra Si Iriyabot. The statues show unique characteristics of the distinguished art in casting the image in Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai and Kamphaeng Phet.

The Grand Hall of Wat Maha That in the old Sukhothai Kingdom is composed of eleven large rooms. It is believed that there is also a niche behind the pedestal in which a bronze Buddha image, named Phra Sri Sakya Muni, was seated. Nearby are the statues of four distinctive gestures which are known as Phra Si Iriyabot. The statues show unique characteristics of the distinguished art in casting the image in Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai and Kamphaeng Phet.

 
 
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