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Le Vat Ong Theu est appelé également Pagode du Bouddha lourd. Il a été initialement construit au 16ème siècle par le roi Setthathirat, celui qui a construit le Grand Stupa (That Luang).

La pagode a été détruite lors de l'invasion siamoise de 1828 puis reconstruite au 19ème siècle.

Ce monastère est la résidence du Patriarche Suprême du Laos.

Source Elément de l'autel (Vat Ong Theu, Vientiane)
Author Jean-Pierre Dalbéra from Paris, France
Camera location17° 57′ 56.38″ N, 102° 36′ 13.78″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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