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Phra That Phanom

The most important Buddhist site in the province, Phra That Phanom features a 53-meter-tall, square-shaped pagoda, which is a Laotian-influenced shape of numerous pagodas found around the area. It is ...

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Phu Tham Phra

Phu Tham Phra was built by Phra Ajarn Dee Channo in 1957. The temple was originally located in Mukdahan district, Nakhon Phanom Province. Today, it is situated within the episcopate of Luang Pu Suntho...

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Saint Anna Nong Saeng Catholic church

Built in 1926 by Catholic priests, this church is a symbol of an international city that welcomes inhabitants from all places. During the Christmas celebration, especially on Christmas Eve, Christians...

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The replica of Buddha Footprint

The replica of Buddha Footprint in Wern Pla is located at Phra Bat Wern Pla Temple, in Wern Pla Village, Wern Phra Bat sub-district, Ta Uten district. The replica is found on the small rock near the K...

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Wat Don Nanghong

Wat Don Nanghong is located at Don Nang Hong Village, Don Nang Hong sub-district, That Phanom district in Nakhon Phanom 48110. This ancient temple was constructed in 1757 during the reign of King Ku K...

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Wat Maha That

The highlight of this Buddhist temple is Phra That Nakhon, a sacred pagoda highly worshipped by Buddhists. Phraya Ammat, the army commander-in-chief from Vientiane who built Nakhon Phanom city, was th...

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Wat Mahathat

Wat Mahathat was built in 607 and royally granted the land by announcing in royal decree on 25th August 1921 with the area of 5 fields, 2 ngans and 79 square two-meters. The temple used to be called &...

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Wat MaRukKhaNakhon

Wat MaRukKhaNakhon prospered in the past until in 1777, the city was flooded and plagued by diseases. The town was then moved to Nong Chan Village, in Ta Kor sub-district, Muang district in Nakhon Pha...

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Wat Okat (Wat Okatsibuaban)

The period when this temple was founded was still unknown as this ancient Buddhist temple had rested on its premise even before the city was established. It is home to a number of highly revered Buddh...

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Wat Okat Si Bua Ban

Wat Okat or Wat Okat Si Bua Ban is the old sacred temple of Nakhon Phanom Province. The temple houses two revered Buddha images, “Phra Tio” and “Phra Thiam”, which are situated...

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