Mosaic tiles laid in the wharfside promenade on the River Usk at Newport, South Wales.
The mosaic depicts Newport’s trade links and twin towns 1896-1996.
“The Grand Palace (Thai: พระบรมมหาราชวัง, Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang) is a complex of buildings in Bangkok, Thailand. It served as the official residence of the king of Thailand from the 18th century to the mid-20th century. After the death of King Ananda in the Baromphiman Palace, King Bhumibol moved the official royal residence to Chitralada Palace. Construction on the palace complex began in 1782 during the reign of Rama I.
The palace complex sits on the Chao Phraya River, at 13°45′00″N, 100°29′30″E. The other approaches to the palace are protected by a defensive wall of length 1900 m, which encloses an area of 218400 square metres Further out from the wall is a canal dug also for defensive purposes, making the area surrounding the palace Rattanakosin Island.
Prominent parts of the Grand Palace:
* Wat Phra Kaew, the temple containing the Emerald Buddha
* Chakri Mahaprasad Hall, a building in a style influenced by the Italian Renaissance”