Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia
-Constructed: Mid 12th - Early 13th century C.E. Religion: Buddhist King/Patron: Jayavarman VII Style: BayonTa Prohm, a Bayon style temple, is believed to be built in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries. It was founded by King Jayavarman VII as a Mahayana Buddhist monastery and university. Unlike most Angkorian temples, Ta Prohm has been left in much the same condition in which it was found where the photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out...
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South Gate of Angkor thom

South Gate of Angkor thom
One of the five gates of the Angkorian Capital (Angkor Thom) the last capital of the Angkorian empire, this gate was built by King Jayavarman VII in 1181 as campaign for his new capital city. The gate is the cardinal point, and the victory gate leading to the Royal Palace area. Each gate is crowned with 4 giant faces. The South Gate is often the first stop on a tour in Angkor area.
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Bat Chum Temple

Bat Chum Temple
-Constructed : Mid 10 th century – ???-960 Religion : Buddhism Style : Pre Rup King : Rajendravarman II ★ 944 – 968 ★ Location : At the end of the road of the circuits, between Banteay Kdei and Prasat Kravan, at the end of a road of a...
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West Baray

-Constructed : 9th century & 12th century King : Jayavarman VII ★ 1181 – 1218 ★ Location : West of Angkor Thom. North of Siem Reap Airport. Comment : West Baray largest artificial reservoir is at Angkor area, is only artificial reservoir which at the same time even presently...
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Banteay Samre Temple

Banteay Samre Temple
-Constructed : Mid 12th century King : Suryavarman II (reigned 1113-1150) Religion: Hinduism (dedicated to Vishnu) Style : [[Angkor Wat]] Location/Access : Outside of the large circuit, one finds Banteay Samre 3 kilometers in the East of East Mebon Temple. Time to Visit: 30 minutes...Background [[Banteay Samre Temple]] is located at Preah Dak commune, Bon Tiey Srey District by Charles De Gaulle Road via Angkor Wat in 16-kilometer distance from the provincial town ...
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