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Isan Heritage Museum, Wat Boran
By: webmaster (513) | 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 (513) | 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 (513) | 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 (513) | 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 (513) | 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 (513) | 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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U-Khao U-nam Museum, Latbualuang Phairoj Wittaya School
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 27 กุมภาพันธ์ 2557 14:24 น.

The Latbualuang District of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province is known for its numerous canals and smaller waterways. This explains why the locals here principally are engaged in agricultural activities for their livelihood. In fact, most of them are rice farmers. A major canal in the district is the Phraya Banlue Canal, built during King Rama I’s reign to irrigate farm land of large-scale rice cultivation. Equally important is the Klong San Canal, which facilitates commutes to the outside world.
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Mueang Sena Local Wisdom Learning Center (Sena Prasit School)
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 21 กุมภาพันธ์ 2557 16:15 น.

Sena District lies to the west of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province. During the Ayutthaya time, this area used to be densely populated as it was a major riverine community by the Mae Nam Noi (Noi River) and thus a very busy trade center. Until the Rattanakosin time it flourished as an important hub of passenger boats, Bangkok-Ayutthaya taxi boats, as well as boats plying between the main town and other towns.
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Local Museum of Bangban School
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 27 มกราคม 2557 14:59 น.

Bangban District is in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, towards the central region but more to the west and bordered in the north by Angthong Province. Its typography is characterized by river basin plains and 2 main waterways – the Chao Phraya River and the Bangban Canal, which explains why the main livelihood here is wet rice agriculture.
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Local Wisdom Museum of Tha Chang Wittayakom School
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 8 มกราคม 2557 14:07 น.

Tha Chang residents are descendants of some Laotians in Vientiane who had been forced, as migrants, to settle down here in the early Rattanakosin time. Most migrants were blacksmiths very skilful in forging steel to make knives, swords, weapons and many other tools and utensils. Living now in the town are about 200 blacksmith households. Aranyik knives made here are very well-known and appreciated nationwide for their high quality and craftsmanship.
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Review of Thai Rare Stone Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 2 มกราคม 2557 16:15 น.

Mountains, one after another, are blasted into small pieces of rock and stone to be used for construction purposes, especially to built roads essential for the country’s transportation system. Viewed differently, these rocks and stones have their aesthetic beauty. Big and small pieces after the blast can be used, not just as gravels for road construction, but as gardening decorations.
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Review of Pathum Thani Historical Center
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 23 ธันวาคม 2556 16:50 น.

The Historical Center, run by the Pathum Thani Cultural Office, is a learning center on the history of Pathum Thani Province. The center is housed in the old provincial hall built around 1917 during King Rama VI time. Its architectural style is mixed western and Thai. The Fine Arts Department had registered it as a national building before it was to become a museum. The Cultural Office,
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