The Giant Swing (Bangkok)

The Giant Swing (Bangkok)

The Giant Swing is one of the symbols of Bangkok.

Visual Arts

Keywords

Giant Swing, Sao Chingcha, Bangkok, Thailand, ceremony, Brahmins, Brahmanas, priests, King Rama I, King Rama II, religion, Brahmanism, UNESCO world heritage, caste system, varna system, varna, 18th century, history of art, edifice, architecture, history, modern history

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