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ARCHITECTURE & ICONOGRAPHY

  

 

 

  chan atsadong

 

Thailand

Chan atsadong is the Thai architectural term for the part of a chedi-style pagoda that is decorated with a row of pillars and that somewhat resembles a balcony. It is situated between the bottom of the peak and the top of the dome, that is to say, the bell-shaped or hemispherical base.