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Chedi Wat Sam Pluem is the bell shaped chedi that welcomes you into the old city of Ayutthaya. The rest of the adjoining monastery has been cleared away for the construction of roads, but back in the day it was part of an important canal system from where locals could go directly to a lot of other temple complexes.
The bell-shaped chedi called Chedi Wat Sam Pluem welcomes you to the heart of the city of Ayutthaya. This glorious representation of the ancient era is a well-known landmark in the busy roads of Ayutthaya. There used to be a monastery adjoining it but was cleared for construction of roads, and now only the chedi is left.
It used to be an essential part of canal systems of the city, and it was the most crucial entrance for most of the temples at that time. The sunset behind this stupa is a widespread view as visitors specially visit the road to enjoy for the view. This stupa can also be seen from various points of the city, but the view from the fancy road point is everyone’s favourite.
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