Wat Kaew Don Tao Suchadaram
Prakaew Rd, Tambon Wiang Nuea, Amphoe Mueang Lampang, Chang Wat Lampang 52000, Thailand
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Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao is the principal Buddhist temple in Lampang, Thailand. The temple was founded by the first Mon ruler of Lampang. The Emerald Buddha was enshrined at this temple from 1434 to 1468, when King Tilokaraj relocated the image to Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai. The temple's Mon-style chedi, which is reputed to contain a strand of the Buddha's hair, is 50 metres tall.
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