Angkor Thom Khloung Thvear Chey

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Angkor Thom Khloung Thvear Chey
Native Nameអង្គរធំខ្លោងទ្វារជ័យ
Alternative nameAngkor Thom Victory Gate, Khloung Thvear Chey Chom Nas
K InscriptionK.889, K.890, K.896, K.1018
Inscr. LocationIn situ, National Museum of Cambodia
Part ofYasodharapura III, Angkor Thom, Angkor
CommuneNokor Thom
DistrictSiem Reap Municipality
ProvinceSiem Reap
Coordinates13.44610, 103.87300
FoundedLate 12th Century
BuilderJayavarman VII
Art StyleBayon
DeityBuddha, Lokeshvara
UNESCO Inscription1992

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Site Size & Condition:Gate Angkor Thom Khloung Thvear Chey (អង្គរធំខ្លោងទ្វារជ័យ - Pronounced: Angkor Tom K'lowng T'vear Jei)

Is the 5th gate of Angkor Thom and is aligned with the Royal Palace and Elephant Terrace rather than any of the cardinal points. It is also known as the Victory Gate as it is presumed that returning, successful armies would march through this entrance for a victory parade in front of the king, from his vantage point on the Terrace.

This particularly picturesque gate is in good condition and is at present on the main route between Angkor Thom to Prasat Thommanon, Prasat Chau Say Tevoda and Prasat Ta Keo (Siem Reap). (For architectural details please see the North gate, Angkor Thom Khloung Thvear Ta Nok.

Inscription K.1018 is apparently housed at the National Museum of Cambodia.

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