Kok Ta Po Chek

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Kok Ta Po Chek
Native Nameគោកតាពោធិ៍ចេក
Alternative nameTap Chek, Tapchek
BA#C1706098
CISARK#1054
IK#660
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageSlaeng
CommuneSranal
DistrictKralanh
ProvinceSiem Reap
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.56282, 103.52843
History
Foundedmid 10th Century
Art StylePre Rup
MaterialLaterite, Sandstone



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Kok Ta Po Chek (គោកតាពោធិ៍ចេក - Pronounced: Kouk Ta Po Jehk) the remains of a small mound where a fragment of a really nice lintel was discovered with a central Garuda figure mounted by Lord Vishnu. The lintel possibly dates to the Pre Rup art style. The moated site has an east entrance causeway and a man-made reservoir on both sides to the east and to the west.


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