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Floods in Thailand '' Thai floods kill 224, inundate World Heritage Site''

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Are the floods affecting your travels? Do you have any news or photos from the ground? If so, would you post them here.
7 years ago, October 5th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #144542  

At least 224 people have died in flooding in Thailand that has inundated the 400-year-old World Heritage Site in the ancient city of Ayutthaya.
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The temple is by the Chao Phraya river, which flows down to the capital, Bangkok, around 105km to the south.
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He said more than 200 of the 500 ancient temples in the province had been affected by floods .
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Flooding has also affected Bangkok...
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Several trains to the north had been suspended because of the flooding...


Thai floods kill 224, inundate World Heritage Site
[Edited: 2011 Oct 05 11:25 - Mell:49612 ]
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7 years ago, October 7th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #144674  
There seem to be no blogs comming in about this, at all. It seems like something travellers would notice.

Are you in central Thailand, this week. If so, is there any sign of this disaster where you are? Reply to this

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