Some brilliant pics on this site, here's a few to wet your appetite..

King Chulalongkorn (right), while taking a photo of Nai .Khanang, a courtier, riding a four-cycle bike at Bang Pa-In Palace.

Phra Thinang Aphorn Phimok Prasat
Built by King Mongkut’s command, an open hall made of wood, building with four gabled ends and four layer of the roof, located behind the Kamphaeng Kaeo wall for the royal audience. There are Koei or transfer platforms used as the king's royal palanquin mounting platform, both in front and behind the hall especially during the topknot cutting ceremony for his children. This image shows the royal topknot cutting ceremony for Prince Chulalongkorn on January 4, 1865, taken by John Thomson, a Scottish photographer.

The new British Embassy was constructed on land in the Ploenchit area that once belonged to Phraya Phakdi Noraset, who was commonly known as "Nai Lert.” The land was acquired in exchange for a part of the Legation premises on Charoen Krung Road that bordered the bank of Chao Phraya River. In front is the War Memorial and the Statue of Queen Victoria that was transferred from the previous site of the Legation. Beyond is the Minister's residence officially completed in 1926. In 1947, the British Legation was upgraded in level to become the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Thailand. The current premises were recently transferred in ownership to a private sector in 2018. Once again, the Embassy is in the process of moving to a new site in the near future.

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