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Grand Palace - Grand Palace, one of the most valuable and majestic assets of the Thais, served as the power-center of the Thai monarchs for decades.
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Grand Palace, BangkokOne of the most prominent monuments of Capital Bangkok, the Grand Palace was the home of the Thai Kings for decades. It was the seat of the Thai government. The grand structure within the crenellated walls is known for it's grace and majestic appearance. The Grand Palace, is undoubtedly, one of the most prized heritages of the Thais.

Synopsis

Country Thailand
Location In Capital Bangkok
Speciality Home of the Thai kings for decades

The Site
The Grand Palace is a curious mix of the Thai and European styles. The Outer Court housed the departments which were under close observation of the king himself, like civil administration, army and treasury. The Temple of Emerald Buddha, a part of the Palace, has earned a name for itself, independent of the Palace.

In the Central Court are located the residence of the king and the halls, where he conducted state business. In the inner court, the king's royal consorts and daughters resided.

Concise History
The Grand Palace was built by King Rama I, the founder of the Chakri dynasty. Before it's construction, the royals resided in Thonburi on the other side of River Chao Phraya. After ascending the throne, Rama I moved the capital to it's present location, and constructed the Grand Palace as his residence and office.