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12 main Gates outer door are located along the Grand Palace wall

How the beautiful of assign each name to each gate along the Grand Palace wall.
12 Gates along the Grand Palace of Bangkok.
( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-06-23 10:06:45 )
This palace has an area of 218,400 sq. metres and is surrounded by walls built in 1782. The length of the four walls is 1,900 metres. Within these walls are situated government offices and the Chapel Royal of the Emerald Buddha besides the royal residences.

When Siam restored law and order after the fall of Ayutthaya the monarch lived in Thonburi on the west side of the river. Rama I, on ascending the throne, moved the centre of administration to this side of the Chao Phraya; and, after erecting public monuments such as fortifications and monasteries, built a palace to serve not only as his residence but also his offices--the various ministries, only one of which remains in the palace walls. This palace came to be known as the Grand Palace, in which the earliest edifices contemporary with the foundation of Bangkok were the two groups of residences named the Dusit Maha Prasat and the Phra Maha Monthian. And the especially of name of each doors. Be proud of the wisdom of another ancestor is the name of the gate, along the outer walls of the Royal Palace gate 12. In addition to the name all 12 doors be consistent with together and when read the name of gate from the very first and last door or switch reads from the back page, the more likely it is that sounded more than a marvelous order as follows:
DOOR 1. WIMAN TAVAJ
DOOR 2. WISAS CHAISRI
DOOR 3. MANEE NOPPARATE
DOOR 4. SAWASDI SOPA
DOOR 5. TAWA PITAK
DOOR 6. SAK CHAIYASIT
DOOR 7. WIJIT BANJONG
DOOR 8. ANONG KARAK
DOOR 9. PITAK BOWOR
DOOR 10. SUNTORN TISA
DOOR 11. TAWA PIROM
DOOR 12. UDOM SUDARAK
DOOR 12. SUDARAK UDOM
DOOR 11. PIROM TAWA
DOOR 10. TISA SUNTORN
DOOR 9. BOWOR PITAK
DOOR 8. KARAK ANONG
DOOR 7. BANJONG WIJIT
DOOR 6. CHAIYASIT SAK
DOOR 5. PITAK TAWA
DOOR 4. SOPA SAWASDI
DOOR 3. NOPPARATE MANEE
DOOR 2. CHAISRI WISAS
DOOR 1. TAVAJ WIMAN

The outer door is located along the Grand Palace wall. There are 12 main gates named.
Gate [1]: WIMARN TEVEJ Gate is a door outside. The Grand Palace on the north side is between the doors of Sunthorn Sue and Wisit Chai Sri Gate. Opposite to Silpakorn University Built in reign His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great. It was an important gate in that reign. Because it is the way of summoning the monks from different countries parade through the door of the palace. Pass the grand hall of the jury. Turn right into Piman Chai Si Gate (arched door between the royal compound and the middle floor. Located between the magical door of Chai Si and Chakri Maha Prasat Palace). Amarindra Throne Hall Next came inside. Suvarnabhumi Gate
Gate [2]: WISAS CHAISRI Gate is the outer door. The Grand Palace on the north side is located between the gate of Wat Thewet and Kha Khan Dam. Straight to the street in front of Phra That Built in reign His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great. It is important because it is a route to visit. The monk At present, the magical door of Chai Sri is the entrance gate to the Grand Palace. Next came inside. Piman Chai Si Gate And if you look through this door. To see the throne of Chakri Maha Prasat in a beautiful corner.
Gate [3]: MANI NOPPARAT Gate is the outer door. The Grand Palace on the north side is located between Kha Khan Khet Fort and Dusit Palace opposite Opposite Sanam Luang . His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great. Activate when the king's relics are invited to set up at the mercy of the royal palace. Used as an insulated door to the inside out. And dismantle the insulation when the work is complete and close the door as well. This door is closed all the time. (With the common name Insulated glass door temple)
Gate [4]: SAWASDEE SOPA Gate on the east side. It is located between Dusit Dusit Fort and the intersection of Wong Wing opposite to the Ministry of Defense. (The common name is Golden Gate because it is the passage for the people to go off the gold-plated Emerald Buddha.)
Gate [5]: PITAK TEVA Gate is on the east side. Direct Saranrom Road. Next to Singha Fortress above Sutthisarn Castle. Next to the battlefield.
Gate [6]: SAK CHAIYASIT Gate on the east side. Opposite Saranrom Palace Under Sutthisarn Castle Adjacent to the fort. Next to Gates
Gate [7]: WIJIT BANJONG Gate is on the south side. Located between Fort Manee Phrakan and Phalan Fort at Phra Tamnak Suan Kularb, opposite Wat Phra Chetuphon. (With the common name Insulated outer door to Wat Pho) next to the inside. Thaksin gate
Gate [8]: ANONG KARAT Gate is on the south side. Between the colorful fort and the gate guard. Opposite to the temple of Phra Phuttha Phra Phraya Phraya Wat Wimolm. (With the common name Next door in the outside Door (With the common name Inner Wing)
Gate [9]: PITAK BOVORN Gate is on the south. It is located between Anong karat Gate and Phu Pha Suthat. The south side of the road to the Great Maharaj Road in the street to the wall. Grand Palace (With the common name Red end door because red paint is located near the end of the market).
Gate [10]: SUNTRON TISA Gate is on the north side. Between Indra Rangsit and Doi Tawan Gate Opposite to Silpakorn University. The north side door.
Gate [11]: TEWA PIROM Gate is on the west side. Between the Fort Mahatat Metals and fortifications, opposite the opposite of the Royal Commission. The gate of the noble in front of the diner) next to the inside. Srisunthorn Gate
Gate [12]: UDOM SUDARAK Gate is on the west side. An insulated door on the throne at the Royal Palace. Flanked by the fortress, the South Shore, and the North Fork.


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