Wat Phra Ram
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Wat Phra Ram information
Lonely Planet review
Displaying a sturdy prang , Wat Phra Ram has a complicated lineage, indicative of much of Ayuthaya's chronicled structures. Claims of construction are often attributed to numerous kings throughout a 300-year time period. Some accounts state that this was the cremation site of King U Thong (the founder of the Ayuthaya kingdom).