Buddhist Temple made with Recycled Beer Bottles

Monday, July 12, 2010 |
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A temple in Northeast Thailand has its roof and walls made out of one million recycled beer bottles by monks.

The temple is known as Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew, Wat Lan Kuad or 'the Temple of a Million Bottles', in Sisaket province which is 400 hundred miles from Bangkok near the Cambodian border.

The Buddhist monks have said to have collected the bottles since 1984. Having gathered a huge number of bottles they sought to use them as building material.

























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