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"Buddhist temple. Wats, often referred to as temple compounds or monasteries, are Buddhist religious centers found in villages and neighborhoods in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia among other countries. Staffed by Buddhist monks and sponsored by wealthy patrons, wats, also called vats, have traditionally functioned as village centers, often providing lodging for travelers, personal counseling, some form of medical and elderly care, a morgue, a library, gathering places for villagers, sites for fairs and festivals, and a general source of both local gossip and news of the outside world. Central to the wat is a bot, or temple for the monks, many of which are noted for their architectural beauty or for the Buddha images they house. Each wat also includes many Buddha images and religious monuments, as well as a separate wilharn, or temple for the people, and several sala, rooms used for local meetings or to house overnight travelers."

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