The busy city at middle of a traffic.
Photo taken with Phra Prang Sam Yot.
Surrounding with shops at center of "Monkey City".
Here is the Shrine San Phra Kan. Another former Brahman shrine located next to Phra Prang Sam Yot, across the railway station. The compound was built at two different times, and so has both an old and a new section (still have some restoration now). The former dates back to the Khmer period, as evidenced by a laterite mound uncovered hundreds of years later. The “new” section, constructed in 1951, contains a famous object of worship: a four-armed Vishnu figure affixed with a Buddha’s head. Located nearby is also a guardian house in which various Buddha and Hindu images are enshrined.
A troop of monkeys begging for food usually surrounds the shrine.
The stairway to upper Shrine.
The sacred of four-armed Vishnu figure affixed with a Buddha’s head.
Photo taken inside the main altar of Golden Vishnu figure with a Buddha’s head.
The sacred sword and golden hat.
Monkey lookout for food.
The old part of Shrine San Phra Kan. This Shrine is located in the middle of the roundabout named Si Sunthorn Circle on Narai Maharaj Road in Talay Chup Son Sub-district, Mueang District, Lopburi province.
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