Category:The Two Golden Chedi of Wat Phra Kaew

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English: There are two Golden Chedis to the east of the Royal Pantheon. They were built by King Rama I. for his father (the southern one) and his mother (the northern one). The square, tiered base has redented corners. The unusual feature of these chedis are the monkeys and giants from the Ramakien supporting the structure.

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