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Wat Inthakhin Saduemuang, Chiang Mai Overview

Wat Inthakhin Sadue Muang, literally meaning 'temple of the city navel' is a temple named after the city pillar called Sao Inthakin, which was situated close to the temple. The viharn, intricately detailed with woodwork and gold structures, houses the image of the Buddha known as Luang Pho Khao. The Inthakin Museum next door exhibits relics from the era of the Lanna Kingdom.

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