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The local interpreter is called Chedupeng Temple. Located in the south of Sukhothai city, opposite to Xihong Temple. Relatively speaking, it is a relatively large temple in this area. The more spectacular is the Buddha statues on the four walls, which are the four postures of the Buddha, but most of them are badly damaged.
The temple is located in the south of the city surrounded by walls, and the brick structure of the main building has different Buddha statues. The first image you see is a large living Buddha, a form of Buddha rarely seen, but unfortunately missing the head. Other images are more traditional, sitting, reclining, standing Buddha, and there is no evidence when the temple was built.
Sukhothai Historical Park is currently divided into 4 parts: the most popular - central (practically within the city walls), north, west and combined, east-south. Only until the last one admission is free
The Wat Chetuphon is the largest temple in the South zone. It is located about 2 kilometers South of Namo gate in the South city wall.