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Thai Royal Navy Museum
Naval Historical Park Fort Phra Chulachomklao.
Samutprakarn province, The Kingdom of Thailand. 2/7

Naval Museum is a special type of museum established by the Royal Thai Navy. It is assigned to be responsible for collection and preservation of value, ancient and historical items and places related to the Navy. Inside the museum, lots of naval historical information such as the past naval battles can be found, including the weapons used during that time. Furthermore there are numbers of ancient warship models such as the Royal Barges commissioned during the era of King Rama the Fifth, H.T.M.S. Phra Ruaung, He-Ra Ship and, the most interesting of all, H.T.M.S. Matchanu.

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Sep 18 2006 00:39 GMT iyerhari
Valuable informations.
Sep 18 2006 00:55 GMT Squirrel PRO
GREAT SHOT !!!
Sep 18 2006 03:12 GMT hbla PRO
those flowers are laughing at that big gun, lol.
good shot!
Sep 18 2006 03:16 GMT junne PRO
looks like it is shooting flowers! probably would have a far better effect! :-)

i would love to shoot flowers at the whole kingdom, one for every of the beautiful ladies !
Sep 18 2006 05:11 GMT Poulet PRO
Junne !!..........if you did that...you might be soooooooooooooooo tried !! LOL LOL ;))
Sep 18 2006 06:42 GMT maiylah
agree with hbla's comment... :))
love the contrast (flowers and cannon)
Sep 18 2006 14:51 GMT litz
wooow... so nice to feel if people were fired with flowers not ammunitions ;-))))
Very well composed photo Poulet!!!
Sep 18 2006 15:45 GMT Foggydew
great combination of images
Sep 18 2006 17:17 GMT bennystr
Beautiful capture!
Sep 19 2006 01:48 GMT jceca PRO
typical junne.... :-)))))
interesting combination, indeed !!!
Sep 19 2006 03:40 GMT snowbird
These flower attracted my attention, very contrasty shot, bravo!!!

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