Lop Buri

Lop Buri

(lŭp bo͝orē`), town (1990 pop. 40,190), capital of Lop Buri prov., S Thailand. Originally called Lavo, it was ruled by the Mons in the 7th and 8th cent. and by the Khmers from the 10th to the 13th cent. While Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand, Lop Buri served as an alternate capital.
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All seemed well and the dynasty founded by U Thong reposed in the confidence that "shield defense' would stand them in good stead against marauding Burmese, the shield in question comprising the Chao Phraya, Lop Buri and Pa Sak rivers which, with the assistance of one extra canal, entirely surrounded the great city and its glittering temples.