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Built during the reign of King Narai in the year 1666 by Lambert de la Motte priest and 2 priests. The missionaries had met with King Narai and asked for a land to build a church and a school. To do religious activities and educating to...More
We went to Ayuthaya from Bangkok by train. Then we rented a motorbike to do our own tour around town.
After visited lots of Buddhist temples, not far from Wat Chaiwatthanaram there was this St.Joseph's church on the bank of Chao Phraya river as well....More
Before it was destroyed in 1767 Ayutthaya was one of the biggest cities in Asia, with 1 million people living in the city, including many expats from other countries. St.Joseph holds services for more then 300 years, and is a beautiful and peaceful place, good...More
Even if you're not into Thai or Portuguese history, this is a beautiful place to visit. It's a catholic church, so the decorations are plenty and rich. There's a nice garden with a lotus pond and statues outside next to the water, plus a cemetery...More