The Largest Wooden Church
Kham Toei, Thai Charoen District, Yasothon 35120, Thailand
About The Largest Wooden Church
St Michael's Church, Songyae is a Roman Catholic parish church in the northeastern Thai village of Nong Songyae. The Tourism Authority of Thailand has designated the church as a unique cultural heritage site of the sort Unseen in Thailand.
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