Equestrian statue in Bangkok, Thailand

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Royal Plaza, or officially Dusit Palace Plaza (Thai: ลาน พระราชวัง ดุสิต; RTGS: Because saving Ratcha Wang Dusit), also known in Thailand and Equestrian Plaza (Thai: ลาน พระบรม รูป ทรง ม้า; RTGS: Because saving Borommarup Song Ma), is a public square in Bangkok, Thailand It is located in front of the Ananta Samajom Throne Hall in the Palace Dusit, Dusit, Bangkok, which was previously the reception hall in the palace where King Chulalongkorn lived Rama V, and was used later in the first parliament building. June 1932 in the courtyard of the throne hall and saw one of the most important events in the history of the Thai People's Party staged a white revolution that transformed the country from absolute monarchy to democratic constitutional monarchy. Square was the site of a rally for supporters of the People's Party demanded by the constitution's first permanent constitution was granted in Ananta Samajom ceremonial Throne Hall in December 10, 1932. Next to the yard is Amporn park, venue of the annual Red Cross Fair. Dusit Zoo is also located near the arena. In the middle of the square is the equestrian statue of King Chulalongkorn Rama V, and the great king, beloved History Statue of Equestrian King Rama V Chulalongkorn the Great was built in 1908, two years before his death from the fund raised by the Thai people, the statue was cast in Paris by a literal French remainder of the fund was spent by King Rama VI on the establishment of Chulalongkorn University, named after the Chulalongkorn, King Rama V.
 
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اسم الموضوع : Equestrian statue in Bangkok, Thailand | المصدر : Thailand Tourism Authority

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