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Rama IX Golden Jubilee Monument

  Rama IX Golden Jubilee Monument

 

Thailand

The Rama IX Golden Jubilee Monument is a monument erected in 1996 AD, in the honour of King Rama IX, to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of his reign, i.e. 50 years on the throne.

 

The statue consists of the heads and front legs of four White Elephants, standing back to back and carved from white marble. These are placed on an octagonal base, which is surrounded by marble phum dokmai. It is located near Sanam Luang (fig.).

 

Rama IX Golden Jubilee Monument

  Rama IX Golden Jubilee Monument