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  Wat Lahn Kuat

 

Thailand

Wat Lahn Kuat (fig.) in Sri Saket province is decorated with innumerable glass bottles and is also known as Wat Maha Chedi Kaew, i.e. the ‘Temple of the Great Glass Pagoda’.

 

The majority of the empty bottles used in the temple's construction are large-sized green or brown bear bottles, said to have been acquired during a major cleanup of the litter in the area.

 

  Wat Lahn Kuat

 

  Wat Lahn Kuat

 

They are used in each and every building within the complex, including even the water tower, the monks quarters or kuti, bathrooms, and the crematorium or Phra Meru.