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Spanish Garden Chiang Mai

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Capilla Vallejo Arquitectos
location Chiang Mai
function garden, pavilion
contributed by JVVallejo

In 2006, Thailand commemorated the 80th birthday of its monarch, Bhumiol Adulyadej, and the 60th anniversary of his accession to the throne. Among the commemorative celebrations is the Ratchaphruek 2006 Royal flora International Exhibition. The Ratchaphruek, the tree which gives the exhibition its name, is full of significance for the Thais because its flower represents the Buddhist religion as well as the king himself, since the yellow colour of its petals corresponds to Monday, the day when the monarch was born. The show covered an area of 80 hectares divided into a national and an international sector. The latter includes a Spanish delegation sent by the State Society for international Exhibitions.

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Spanish Garden Chiang Mai
Royal Flora Ratchaphruek
Project is public!
Completion 9- 2006
Floor area/size 900 m2
Architect, Landscape architectCapilla Vallejo Arquitectos
Client SEEI
Project ID 7573
Latitude/Longitude 18°45'09N 98°55'29E
Contributed by JVVallejo
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