Wat Sorasak, Sukhothai.
Wat Sorasak north of the center of Sukhothai Historical Park, in the middle of and inside of the northern old wall of the city. You will likely pass this temple on your way to Wat Pha Phai Luang. It lies in an open space and is easily recognizable (as you can see from the picture above).
Wat Sorasak is a bell-shaped stupa on a brick base. The base of the temple is surrounded by 24 elephant heads (with torso and front legs). The remains of an assembly hall are just east of the stupa. Wat Sorasak was built about 1417 A.D.
The temple has bee restored by the Fine Arts Department in the 1980s. Surely that is why the elephants' heads are in such good condition. [They are in much better shape than the elephants around Wat Chang Lom in the eastern part of Sukhothai].
Elephants around the base of the stupa at Wat Sorasak, Sukhothai.