Ban Kan Lueang archaelogical site  -    
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 Description:   According to the excavations such as rice husks, this ancient community knew how to cultivate rice. Moreover, ore cinders and iron tools imply that the community knew how to use iron in their life. With the evidence, the community is an ancient community in the Bronze Age which connected with those communities in the beginning of History Period.

Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site is an archaeological site first excavated in 1992 by the 6th Fine Arts Department of Pimai district, Nakornrachasrima and completed in August 1992. The Department ameliorated the landscape and organized it as a museum for those interested and general public.

It is no less than 2,000 years old or around 2,500-2,800 years old. The Fine Arts Department excavated ancient objects such as beads, terracotta, small bronze bells, iron axes and rice husks but found no human skeletons.

How to get there: Ban Kan Lueang Archaeological Site is located in Wat Baan Kan Lueang. Take Highway 212 from the town for 3 kilometers before turn right to Highway 2050, keep going for another 2 kilometers.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 04.30 pm.
Admission : Free of charge.
 Province   Ubon Ratchathani  Direction:      
 District   Mueang    
 City   Kham Yai  Comments:    Official Web:    
 Genre   Historic      Related links:      
 Best exposure   AM/PM          
 Opening time   N/A          
 Entry fee   Free     GPS :   15.27816 N 104.85573 E  
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