Wat Nang Phaya

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Wat Nang Phaya is a monastery in Phitsanulok, Thailand.

Geography[edit]

Wat Nang Phaya is located on the eastern bank of the Nan River. Wat Nang Phaya links to the campus of Wat Ratchaburana.

History[edit]

Phitsanulok History

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Prehistoric Era

Early Nan River Civilizations · Tai

Khmer Empire

Song Khwae

Singhanavati City-State

Boromma Chayasiri · Nakhon Thai

Sukhothai Period

Wat Chula Manee · Wat Aranyik
Wat Chedi Yod Thong
Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat

Ayutthaya Period

Boromma Trailokanat
Wat Ratchaburana · Wat Nang Phaya
Boromma Racha III · Naresuan
Boromma Kot

Modern Siam / Thailand

19th Century · 20th Century · Recent Events

Wat Nang Phaya is said to have been built when Phitsanulok was ruled by King Trailokanat (1448-1488).

Features[edit]

Wat Nang Phraya has no temple, but it is known for its Phrara Nang Phya, which are votive tablets found within the pagoda's repository.

Coordinates: 16°49′21″N 100°15′44″E / 16.8224°N 100.2621°E / 16.8224; 100.2621