On my third full day in Luang Prabang, I continued my street walking sight seeing, hanging out a lot at the ferry landing and areas where the smaller slowboats come in and take off.
Here’s Wat Wisunarat info at Lonely Planet: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/laos/northern-laos/luang-prabang/sights/architecture/wat-wisunarat
History and architecture info: http://www.orientalarchitecture.com/laos/luangprabang/wat-wisunalat.php
Wat Wisunarat (Wat Visoun) image:
Very good image of That Makmo: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:That_Makmo_temple_(Laos2009).jpg
Image of That Makmo: http://photos.worldisround.com/photos/29/552/166.jpg
Image of Wat Aham: http://watahamluangprabang.visitwonders.com/userfiles/wat_aham.jpg
Luang Prabang between the years 1354–1707 A.D. was the center of the Kingdom of Lan Xang, the first real unification of Lao as a country by Fa Ngum. At the time of its founding, the town/city was still known as Xieng Dong-Xieng Thong. The center of the kingdom was renamed after the famous Buddha Phrabang image.