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Amphoe Bang Khla, Chachoengsao
The monument and shrine were built to commemorate King Taksin the Great, known for his victory in a battle with Burmese troops at the mouth of the Cholo River. The location celebrates the king and his troops’ journey through Chachoengsao. It is said a pagoda once stood in the same spot, similarly to commemorate King Taksin the Great, but in 1941, it inexplicably fell to ruin. A new shrine was eventually erected in 1988.
The shrine and memorial are open for public viewing 24 hours a day, every day.