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Mahathat Chedi Ming Molih Sri Burapah (มหาธาตุเจดีย์มิ่งโมลีศรีบูรพา)

Thai. Name of a Buddhist temple in the tambon Nong Khahng Khok ( หนองข้างคอก) of Chonburi, located on a hilltop along the Bangkok-Pattaya highway near Khao Khiao (fig.), overlooking this seaside town and provincial capital. The temple has a 35 meter high pagoda built in a style akin to that of the Mahabodhi pagoda in Bodhgaya (India) and has a pale green with golden colour, the green referring to Khao Khiao, which literally means ‘Green Hill’. It was built on the initiative of Luang Poo Kliang (เกลี้ยง) in order to commemorate the 80th Birthday Anniversary of King Bhumipon Adunyadet, i.e. Rama IX, and the first stone was laid on 20 December 2007. See also QUADCOPTER PICTURE.