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Hanuman Temple in Shimla

 

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Hanuman Temple, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

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Lotus Temple

Also known as the Bahai house of worship. So many people shouting outside become so quiet as soon as they enter the Lotus temple. It is a place where people from all religions are welcome.

 

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Bangla Sahib Gurdwara

 

a Sikh temple in Delhi

 

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Across the street from each other…

A Chinese and an Indian temple!

 

Jalan Tun H. S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the second largest city of Thailand and is located in the mountains in the Northern part of the country. The Jungle is not far away from there!

The city is incredible: it looks like a European city with its surrounding walls and its narrow streets! Colorful temples almost everywhere remind you that you are still in a Buddhist country though!

 

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Old Sukhothai

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Lobpuri

 

 

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Wat Wora Pho, another temple in Ayutthaya

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Wat Chai Wattanaram in Ayutthaya

My favorite temple in Ayutthaya!

 

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Wat Si Sanphet in Ayutthaya

Wat Si Sanphet was the temple in the Royal Palace.

 

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Wat Ratchaburana in Ayutthaya

Just across the street from Wat Mahathat

 

 

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Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya

In the Ayutthaya Kingdom there was a Wat Mahathat in every provincial city.

 

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Wat Saket and the Golden Mountain

Bangkok, Thailand

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Wat Traimit

Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Wat Arun

Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Wat Pho and the sleeping Buddha

Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Wat U Phai Rat Bamrung, Bangkok

Wat u Phai Rat Bamrung, Bangkok

With this first article from Thailand, this is your first lesson of Thai language:

“Wat” means “temple”

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