Wat Sop Sickharam Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang

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  • Hopping out of a “jumbo” (Lao version of a tuk-tuk), the first thing I saw along Sakkaline Road was Wat (often in Lao spelled Vat, both which mean Temple) Sop Sickharam. As with lots of wats in Luang ...  more »
  • Absolutely the best temple in Luang Prabang. In the evening there are always lots of monks preying or doing some activities. I had the chance to assist at the evening prayer.  more »
  • Wat Sop Sickharam Luang Prabang located in the middle old town area Luang Prabang City on the Main Street Sisavangvong.  more »
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  • Wat Sop (1480 and renovated in 1909, 1950 and 1958) name: Vat Xieng Khane, monastery Sop commemorating the death of King Chakaphat in Xieng Khane (now Thailand). It was built in 1480 at the cremation of the King Chakhrapat, dead to Phen Pheo. This temple nearby Vat Sene and its specificities are a That covered earthenware containing representations of Buddha, as well as a large statue of Buddha placed in the garden. A lot of young monks live here. 2 verandas were added in 1950. Inside, the Buddha is adorned with the insignia of royalty. The shelter to the Buddhas 2 replaces the WAT Nak (1768) monastery of the dragon. Omnipresence of the representations of nagas. Wat Sop (1480 and renovated in 1909, 1950 and 1958) Name: Wat Sop Xieng Khane, commemorating the death of King Chakaphat Monastery in Xieng Khane (now Thailand). It was built in 1480 during the cremation of King Chakhrapat, Phen Pheo death. This temple Wat Sene and specificities are neighboring has That covered with tiles sheltering Buddha images and a large statue of Buddha placed in the garden. Many young monks live here. 2 verandas were added in 1950. Inside, the Buddha is adorned with the insignia of royalty. The shelter of the two Buddhas replace the Wat Nak (1768) Monastery of the dragon. Ubiquitous depictions of nagas.
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