One Million Bottle Temple in Thailand.  We could make one of these at our house, but it would have to be out of beer cans.

Wat Lan Kuat (One Million Bottle Temple) in Khn Han, Eastern Thailand.

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The temple in these photos is unbelievable. It is made entirely out of beer bottles instead of building blocks. To make it, Buddhist monks from Thailand's Sisaket province collected a million bottles to build the Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple.

A rather unusual temple in Thailand is the “Wat Lan Khuat” in Khun Han, Isaan. In English the temple is called the “Million Bottle Temple” or the “Beer Bottle Temple.” This temple is not only interesting, it is a testament to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of the Thai monks that built it. #Temple #Thailand #Recycle For more information and a video: renegadetravels.com/beer-bottle-temple-in-thailand/ Photo credit: http://www.renegadetravels.com/

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Unusual Travel Architecture: Thailand Beer Bottle Temple | Spot Cool Stuff: Travel

By the time their temple was finished the monks had gathered over million used bottles for the temple’s construction. Although locals rounded down when they gave the temple its nickname: Wat Lan Kaud or “The Temple of One Million Bottles.

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