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Garuda is a national symbol of Thailand. As the emblem symbolizes strength, steadfastness of the people and hope for a better tomorrow. This one is hung above the door. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
On the street.
On the street in Chiang Mai. Thailand, 2012.
Car – shop
Car - shop with drinks. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
Wat Phra Singh
Wat Phra Singh is located in old city centre of Chiang Mai. Ubosot, chedi and Wihan Lai Kham is part of temple complex. Thailand, 2012.
At the market
Woman selling food at local market. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
Popular, fast and easy way to buy food. Food vendor at the local market. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
Roti is a well known snack. Muslim girl is getting ready for work. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
The ubosot of Wat Phra Singh. The holiest prayer room called the "ordination hall". Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
Naga has the shape of a snake, with one or multiple heads. In Buddhism it is believed that they hold Buddha's teachings. They are beautiful but also dangerous. Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
Chedi in one of the Buddhist temples. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2012.
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