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In Ayutthaya, about 70 historical sites and temples are at risk of collapse due to the heavy rains that have caused widespread floods all across the country. Ayutthaya is a province steeped in history and culture. Founded in 1350 and serving as the second capital of Thailand when it was known as Siam, the area is full of ancient historical sites and temples that are now in peril due to flood waters. The director of Ayutthaya Historical Park said that they are doing all they can to protect the ancient structures from floods. Sandbag walls have been set up to […]

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