Lom Kao, Thailand

Lom Kao (Thai: หล่มเก่า, pronounced [lòm kàw]) is the northernmost district (amphoe) of Phetchabun Province, northern Thailand.

The first record of Mueang Lom is found in Ram Khamhaeng the Great's stone pillar. In the Rattanakosin era, the area was populated by a large community of Lao people from Vientiane. The population grew due to further immigration from Luang Prabang and Vientiane, so the governor led some people to establish a new town near the Pa Sak River, now in the Lom Sak District.


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