Prasat Thong Lang  
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 Description:   It is a building that looks like a prang, made of 3 bricks, arranged in a north-south line on the same laterite base and facing east. The middle castle is larger than the other two castles.
From the architectural style, it is assumed that Prasat Thong Lang is built around the 16th-17th Buddhist century, which is comparable to the Khmer art of Bapuon style (1550-1620). The Fine Arts Department has declared it a national historic site in the Government Gazette, Volume 53, Part 34, 27 September 1936 and determine as an archaeological site boundary in the Government Gazette, Volume 99, Part 155, 21 October 1982. Prasat Thong Lang is an ancient Khmer-influenced archaeological site that is rarely found in Ubon Ratchathani Province.
 Province   Ubon Ratchathani  Direction:      
 District   Det Udom    
 City   Tha Pho Si  Comments:    Official Web:    
 Genre   Historic      Related links:      
 Best exposure   Morning          
 Opening time   N/A          
 Entry fee   Free     GPS :   14.86269, 105.01543    
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