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  • Detail of the Phra Prang, the central tower, of the Wat Arun ("Temple of Dawn") in Bangkok, Thailand - showing god en:Indra and three-headed en:Erawan(Airavata).
  • Detail des Phra Prang, des zentralen Turmes, des Wat Arun ("Tempel der Morgenröte") in Bangkok, Thailand - Gott Indra auf dem dreiköpfigen Erawan.

  • Fotograf / Photographer: Manfred Werner ( User:Tsui, Tsui at
  • Datum / Date: August 2001

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13° 44′ 38.00″ N, 100° 29′ 19.90″ E

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