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Thailand, Bangkok, Marble Temple : Stock Photo
The Marble Temple is the tourist name for 'Wat Benchamabophit.' It was built at the turn of the century and is still a practising temple. It was built from Carrara marble brought from Italy; from which it gets its name.

Thailand, Bangkok, Marble Temple

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The Marble Temple is the tourist name for 'Wat Benchamabophit.' It was built at the turn of the century and is still a practising temple. It was built from Carrara marble brought from Italy; from which it gets its name.
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Paul Chesley
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