|Wat Chang Lom|
Sri Satchanalai Historical Park:
Si Satchanalai Historical Park contains the ruins of the ancient town of Si Satchanalai, an important town in the Sukhothai Kingdom in the 13th and 14th century. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park contains the remains of dozens of temples spread across four sites including Khmer temples in the Chaliang area that predate the Sukhothai era.
The Wat Chang Lom is a large Buddhist temple in the central zone of Si Satchanalai Historical Park. Its name translates to “temple surrounded by elephants”. The temple found close to the center of the old walled town near the Yom river was founded in the 14th century during the Sukhothai period. The Wat Chang Lom comprises of a large Singhalese style principal bell shaped chedi, two viharns and a subsidiary chedi. The square temple area is surrounded by a laterite wall with an entrance gate
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