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CITIES & PLACES OF INTEREST

  

 

 

  Bangkok National Museum

Thailand

The entrance to the National Museum in Bangkok. It was founded in 1874 by king Rama V and is said to be the largest museum in Southeast Asia.

 

It is housed in the former Wang Nah Palace and was originally a part of Phra Rachawang, i.e. the Grand Palace.

See also POSTAGE STAMP.

  Bangkok National Museum