The Thai National Memorial, under the responsibility of the Armed Forces Education Department, is located at Dun muang Tri- angle, where Vibhavudi Rangsit Road merges with phaholyothin Road in Tambon Khu Khot, Lam Luk Ka District, Pathum Thain Province. Telephone 523-7837 and 532-1020-21

Statuse of Thailand's Nine Great Kings The life-size statues cast in dark bronze are placed on black granite bases inscrebed with Thai odcs.

Stained Glass of Eight Auspicious Objects The stained glasses portray the eight auspicious objects in Hinduism namely, a scepter, a conch, a discus, an elephant goad, a three-tailed pennant, a tiara, an ox, and a font. These staines glassce are on both sides of the windows.

Stained Glass of Royal Thai Orders and Decorations

The orders and decorations pictured are awarded for bravery and war scrvece namely, Member of "The Rama Modal for Gallantry in action" of the Honorable Order of Rama; the Bravery Medal; The Victory Modals for World War I, Indochina Campaign, Great East Asia War, Korean War, Vietnam War, and Frecman Safeguarding Modal (First Class). These stained glasses are on both sides of the side doors.

Model displays of military activities in defending and dovoloping the country and exhibitions on important days. The outer walls are inscribed with names of the fallen soldiers who died defending the country.

The areas surrounding the national Memorial are landscaped with flowering and decorative plants and trecs, musical fountains, and an outdoor museum with such items as an amphibions vehicle, a type-83 tank, a type-13 attack bomber and training aircraft, a riverine fast patrol boat, a type-13 observation helicopter, a type-63 mountain artillery, a type-80 105 mm light howitzer and a bridge structure

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