Wat Ku Tao Temple

SKU: 02_29_20170606_PH02_13 Category:

Description

Digital Data

TITLE:
Chiang Mai
AUTHOR:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.
KEYWORDS:
Temple,Chiangmai,Chiangmai history
DESCRIPTION:
Wat Ku Tao Temple,Chiangmai,Thailand
PUBLISHER:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.
OTHER CONTRIBUTORS:
Photographic Art, Department of Media Art and Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University
DATE:
06/06/2560
RESOURCE TYPE:
Image
FORMAT:
Image/jpeg
RESOURCE IDENTIFIER:
Chiang Mai House of photography’s qualified committees under board of committee’s control.
SOURCE:
Old Photographic Image
LANGUAGE:
Thai/English
RELATION:
Old name is Wat Werunaram temple is located in Si Phum close to Chiang Mai Municipality Stadium, there is a pagoda that look strange than any other pagoda in Thailand. The style of this pagoda is similar to the watermelon overlapping so the villagers called Wat Ku Tao temple. This temple history isn’t clear when it was created but legend says that Ku Tao pagoda is placed the bone of Tharrawaddy Min who is the son of Bayinnaung of Myanmar who came to dominate Chiang Mai during 1579 – 1607
COVERAGE:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Phra Pokklao Rd., Si Phum, Muang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
RIGHT MANAGEMENT:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.

Physical Data

COLLECTION NAME:
Jaras Chanpromrat
IMAGE CODE:
02_29_20170606_PH02_14
SUBJECT AGE:
At the end of 26th century
CATEGORY:
photograph
PROVENANCE:
In donation from Mr.Panya Phoonsin
COVERAGE:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Phra Pokklao Rd., Si Phum, Muang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
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ORIGINAL SIZE:
6 cm x 6 cm (120 film)
DIGITAL SIZE:
15339*15129 Pixels

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