#Archaeological Site

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Khao Kha Archaeological Site
Khao Kha Archaeological Site is over 1,500 years old. Khao Kha is a major religious site for Sectarianism, which respect Shiva as the highest god. There is a mountain in the center and small archaeological site is spread around.

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Sa Morakot Archaeological Site
Situated in Wat Morakot, Tambon Kok Thai, these are the the gigantic Buddhist sites. The most fascinating attraction is the largest and oldest Lord Buddhas Footprints which were carved on the natural laterite floor. Also, there are the Wheel of...

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Phong Tuk Archaeological Site
This site was dated back to Dhavaravati period around 11th or 12th century. The majority of locals are Buddhist and Brahmin.

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Prasat Ta Muen Thom Archaeological Site
Prasat Ta Muen Thom Archaeological Site is located at Ban Nong Khanna, Tambon Ta Mueang and is on the Thai-Cambodian border. It is a Khmer archaeological site of three buildings located nearby each other.

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Ban Pra Sat Archaeological Site
The site is Thailand's second archaeological site (the first was Ban Chiang) to be set up as an outdoor museum. Findings indicate that the area was once inhabited by a prehistory to early history community. In addition, there is evidence that a...

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Wat Pho Prasat Archaeological Site
Archaeological site of Wat Pho Prasat, located in Pho Prasat sub-district, was excavated by Fine Arts Department, finding various ancient metal and baked clay utensils of the community in the prehistoric era.