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Early in the morning, the villagers wait for the monks to provide them with food

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The old royal city of Luang Prabang has preserved its original character. Hundreds of pagodas, temples and Buddhist monasteries characterise the cityscape. The last Laotian king, Sisavang Vatthana, resided here until 1975. He was deported with his wife and the crown prince to a political re-education camp, where the family perished. The royal palace is now the National Museum.

King's Palace Wat Xieng Tong Wat Xieng Tong Stairway to Wat Xien Tong inside Wat Xieng Tong inside Wat Xieng Tong our group at the King's Palace (side wing) Pageantry car Thanon Sisavangvong Street, Main Street in Luang Prabang Wat Xieng Tong from the back lightbox for MACby VisualLightBox.com v5.9

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