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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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Both the Ho-Ping coal-fired power station in Taiwan and the Lopburi solar plant in Thailand reported stable operations in the first half of 2019.
Another order is in a consortium for the supply and construction of Battery Energy Storage Systems for 115kV substations in Chaiyaphum and Lopburi provinces of Thailand.
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Pent also wrote about the Mon, under Queen Chama Thewee, who were said to have moved from Lopburi to build the city of Lamphun in the tenth century CE.
"The pin placements are difficult, placed near the edge of the greens," said the 24-year-old Chayanun from Lopburi, a two-hour drive from Bangkok, who highlighted her round with three birdies inside three feet at the front.
Another exciting festival for the calendar is the Lopburi Sunflower Festival, which is now becoming a major tourist attraction, running from 1st November until 31st January.
Thais have been dressing up in "traditional" dress and taking trips to the two places in which the series is set, the old Siamese capital of Ayutthaya and Lopburi --the latter referred to in the series by its old name "Lawo".
Police arrested him in the town of Lopburi north of Bangkok for visa violations and he will be extradited to Japan to face the murder charges against him.
In 2018, the selected CBG surveillance sites were in Nakhon Ratchasima, Chachoengsao, Lopburi, Chanthaburi, and Rayong.
Some examples are water resources development at Huay Hong Krai National Park, Doi Saket, and Huay Jo Reservoir, Chiang Mai; drainage projects from lowland and swamp areas of Bacho, Bacho, Narathiwat; building water reservoirs in strategic regions of Thailand, for instance Pa Sak River Dam; and flood relief projects in Lopburi and Saraburi.
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