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English: Chulalongkorn University, viewed from 19th floor of Mahamakut Building, Faculty of Science. The centre of this image shows CU auditorium. This image was taken before pledging ceremony of students to Rama V,VI's statues.
ไทย: ภาพถ่ายบริเวณจุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย ถ่ายจากชั้น ๑๙ อาคารมหามกุฏ คณะวิทยาศาสตร์ ตรงกลางภาพเป็นหอประชุมจุฬาฯ ภาพนี้ถ่ายก่อนพิธีถวายสัตย์ปฏิญาณเป็นนิสิตจุฬาฯ
Date 1 June 2010
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3° 30′ 48.32″ N, 101° 57′ 11.25″ E

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