The Dusit Group

Here we have an audience hall with a throne of mother-of-pearl surmounted by the usual nine-tiered white canopy, the mark of a duly crowned king. At the back of this audience hall is yet a living quarter. All are built in pure Siamese architecture of perfect proportions. In front of this group is the Disrobing Pavilion--Arpornphimok-- which was reproduced and sent to adorn the Thailand exhibits at the Exhibition of Brussels in 1958.


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