Prasat Kok Pongro (Nokor Phnom)

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Prasat Kok Pongro
Native Nameប្រាសាទគោកពង្រ
Alternative nameWat Koh Decho Saenchey, Prasat Kok Bangro, Kok Ta Lon
BA#C1710261
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
CommuneNokor Thom
DistrictSiem Reap Municipality
ProvinceSiem Reap
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.40357, 103.90278
History
MaterialLaterite, Sandstone



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Prasat Kok Pongro (ប្រាសាទគោកពង្រ - Pronounced: Pra-saht Kouk Pohng-ro) the remains of a small temple mound where a modern shrine now sits and is surrounded by a moat, with no obvious entrance causeway as it seems to be all flooded. Upon our recent visit, there were no clear traces of any ancient stones in vicinity of the moated site, though immediately to the south is a modern day temple by the name of Wat Kok Ta Lon which houses three neak ta shrines to the east that has a few sandstone and laterite blocks present.


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