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Prasat

Te-it

Date of Construction:
Pre-Angkorian

Religious Affiliation:
Hinduism

Patron or King:
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Artistic/Archeo Style:
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Location:
Kampong Thom province

Location of Entrance:
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Duration of Visit:
30m-1h

Time to Visit:
Anytime.

Photography Notes:

Position:

Dubbed ‘Kampong Thom’s Leaning Tower of Pisa’ by the Adventure Cambodia travel guide, the prasat appears poised to tumble over at any minute. A single sandstone prasat with several fairly well preserved lintels (some on the ground, some still in place) displaying unique pre-Angkorian style carvings.

Located in a schoolyard, about 7 km east of Kampong Thom town and 3 km off Route #6. Not easy to find, but a nice scenic little trip through rural villages on the way in from the main road.

 

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