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Initially low rating French soldiers noticed the effect of birds and their dropping on the prisoners below. They got carried away with the joke, and the sergeants saw the "wisdow" to this, referring it upward to...More
This brick building, measuring 7 m high and 4.40 m along each of its square walls, was built by the French in 1893 to imprison Thais rebelling against the French occupation of the area.
At that time France had already colonized neighbouring Cambodia, and claimed...More
Khuk Khi Kai
A place that is easy to pass by as it is set back off the road although it is quite well sign posted. Not a large building but according to the sign it is 4.4 metres square and 7 metres high so...More