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Wat Borom Phuttharam also called Wat Borom Buddharam is a Buddhist temple on the southeast side of the city of Ayutthaya. King Phet Racha was built on the Rajabhat University grounds in 1689, that underwent some major renovations during the reign of King Borommakot.
The temple site still has two main Chedis, an Ubosot or prayer room and a Vihara or sermon hall. The Ubosot houses a beautiful sandstone Buddha image in the meditation posture. Often referred to as 'Wat Krabueang Khlueap' or 'The Temple of 'Glazed Tiles', Wat Borom Phuttharam hosts a range of unique yellow-coloured roof tiles designed by a specialist named Muen Chantaraj. However, since these cannot be seen anymore, as most of the roof hasn't survived.
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