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  Sala Samrahn Mukhamaht

 

Thailand

Sala Samrahn Mukhamaht, a sala-style shelter which was built in the reign of Rama V and used as a royal pavilion where members of the royal family could eat out in the Ngae Taeng Garden, located in Dusit Palace. In the reign of King Rama VII it was relocated to the compound of the National Museum in Bangkok.

See also POSTAGE STAMP.