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Sukhothai

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 '''Sukhothai''' (สุโขทัย) is a small city (population 35,713) in [[Lower Northern Thailand]], and the Capital of the Province of this name, most famous for the ruins of the ancient city Sukhothai. The name translates as "the dawn of happiness". The province is located on the lower edge of the northern region, 427 kilometres north of Bangkok, and covers some 6,596 square kilometres.The two founders are Pho Kun Pha Muang and Pho Khun Bang Klang Thao.The second founder then became the first king.He changed his name to King Si Inthrathit.Later on, King Si Inthrathit then gave this throne to his son King Ramkhamhaeng.King Ramkhamhaeng is one of the most famous kings in Thai history.He created Thai scripts-the writing of Thai words.(1283)The famous quote in English to describe Sukhothai's past was:"There are fish in the water and rice in the field." [[Special:Contributions/14.207.15.150|14.207.15.150]] 07:39, 22 February 2017 (EST)Annie,[[Special:Contributions/14.207.15.150|14.207.15.150]] 07:39, 22 February 2017 (EST)In Thai:มีปลาในน้ำและข้าวอยู่ในสนาม
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