To the north of the terrace on the level ground there are three interesting buildings, namely the Scripture Library, the west facade of which is said to be the finest in Bangkok; the gabled Wiharn decorated with tiles and porcelain; and the mausoleum of the Royal Family where are kept the crematory relics of a number of members of the Royal Family. Behind the Assembly Hall on the west side are two small chapels housing effigies of the Buddha, in the northerly one of which are murals accredited to the famous painter Khrua In Khong of the fourth reign period. The murals have been so toned down with age that they look all the more aesthetic.

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