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Review of Cultural Exhibition Hall of Chaiyaphum Province
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 15 กันยายน 2557 09:52 น.

The initiation to found this museum was conceived in 2002, as it was a policy of the Ministry of Culture. However, no government budget was available. So raising fund for the project was necessary. In 2003, contributions of 1,000,000 baht from some wealthy Chaiyaphum people made it possible to have a room on the lower floor of the old provincial hall renovated and turned into an exhibition room.
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National Health Archives and Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 16 กรกฎาคม 2557 15:32 น.

The permanent exhibition “100 Things Past: People, Ideas, Inventions and Stories” of this National Health Archives and Museum challenges viewers to ponder and start having queries about the multi-aspects of health. People’s ways of thinking, beliefs and social values – diverse as they are, have influenced and transformed many cultural and social aspects regarding public policies on health.
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Pa Da Textile Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 19 มิถุนายน 2557 16:28 น.

Off the Chiangmai-Hot highway, an over half-a-kilometer-long road, lined on both sides with lush green bamboo trees forming a pleasant canopy, leads to Pa Da Textile Museum, a significant preservation and development center of the local wisdom of weaving, and also a memorial in honor of Pa (Aunt) Da/Mrs. Sangda Bunsiddhi. Pa Da’s artistic and creative achievement as a weaver made her a precious gem of the traditional Lanna weaving home industry.
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Museum of Local Wisdom, Wat Samakkeetham
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 19 พฤษภาคม 2557 14:06 น.

After the current abbot of Wat Samakkeetham moved here in 1965, he started to collect local things. A lot of the things he collected were offered by his disciples and believers; some were acquired by himself. Realizing that those native things were fast disappearing, the abbot therefore wished to conserve them for generations to come.
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Wat Chaimongkol Monastery Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 30 เมษายน 2557 10:39 น.

Wat Chaimongkol, commonly called Wangmui, is a small monastery in Tambon Pratupa of the Mueang District, Lamphun Province. Though small, the monastery has been very well-known due to its first abbot Kru Ba Chum Bhodhiko (1929-1986), a very learned monk widely venerated by so many disciples of his. Kru Ba Chum, formerly Chum Plawin, was born on Tuesday 7th February 1899 at Ban Wangmui in Tambon Pratupa.
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Wat Phrathat Nongsammuen Local Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 25 เมษายน 2557 15:35 น.

Amphoe Phu Khieo, a district northwest of Chaiyaphum Province, has a long history. In many locations here archeological evidences found are testament to a number of ancient settlements, fortified by moats and earthen embankments. Discovered also were temple boundary stones (baisema) inscribed in Pallava letters, as well as many ancient religious sites showing the Dvaravati influence (around 13th -17th centuries B.E.).
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Isan Heritage Museum, Wat Boran
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 11 เมษายน 2557 15:10 น.

Phu Khieo District lies to the northeast of Chaiyaphum Province. The district is steeped in history and legend. Archeological evidence revealed that once there existed here an ancient settlement. Traces of moats, earthen embankments, temple marker stones bearing engraved Pallava scripts, and several ancient structures showing Dvaravati influence (in Isan style) were found.
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Silk Center, Ban Khwao
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 4 เมษายน 2557 17:07 น.

The Silk Promotion Center of Ban Khwao was granted its construction cost by the Fund for Distribution of Production and Employment in Provincial Regions. The work was completed in 2005, and the center was opened officially on 1 April 2005. From the beginning, the museum has been under the supervision of the Ban Khwao Tambon Municipality.
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Review of Baisema, Ban Good Ngong
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 27 มีนาคม 2557 17:02 น.

Baisema or temple boundary stone markers in a Buddhist monastery are used to mark the main edifice (ubosot/ordination hall where monks perform religious rites). In Ban Good Ngong town a large number of sandstone baisema, now on display, used to be seen scattered around. They had been common sights for local residents since their forefathers’ time. These stones had been deserted in fields and meadows.
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Ramathibodi Archives and Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 17 มีนาคม 2557 15:19 น.

The Ramathibodi Archives and Museum is located on the second floor of the Medical Learning Resource Center and Ramathibodi School of Nursing Building of the Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University. The archives contain document on the history and development of Ramathibodi Hospital, and are considered a section of the library.
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Doi Viang – Doi Vong Community Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 4 มีนาคม 2557 11:05 น.

Doi Viang and Doi Vong are 2 small mountains located in Ban Lao Pattana in Tambon Pa-dad, Mae Saruey District of Chiangrai Province. The significance of these 2 mountains are their long history, as they are considered a very important prehistoric settlement dating to the Neolithic Age around 5,000-3,000 years back. Originally the Ban Lao Pattana people engaged themselves in agrarian occupations as well as doing rice farming and orange orchards.
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Setthabut Bamphen School Museum
By: webmaster (507) | Date: 3 มีนาคม 2557 17:08 น.

Setthabut Bamphen School was established in 1911. Originally it had been known as Wat San Sab School. The old school had been in quite a remote area, hence not easily accessible. The buildings also had become run-down. Therefore in 1925 the then school principal, Mr. Narong Wiriyinta, seeked help from Mr. Lert Setthabut or Phraya Bhakdinorraset. Mr. Lert owned the White Passenger Boat Company, which had boats plying the San Sab Canal providing services to commuters between Bangkok and Chachoengsao Province.
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