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|Wat Phu Khao Thong|
| - religious|
| - lowrise|
| - tower|
| - pagoda style|
| - stone|
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• Originally built by King Ramesuan in 1387.
• Invading Burmese forces rebuilt it in 1569 as a memorial of their victory in taking Ayutthaya.
• When the Thais regained the city, it was remodelled in Thai style by King Naresuan in 1584, but was soon recaptured by the Burmese.
• Due to Buddhist law, it could not be demolished, despite being a reminder of the invading Burmese victory. When it finally collapsed due to lack of maintenance, a new stupa was built over the original Burmese base by King Boromakot in 1744.
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