Prasat Pram Pheam
|Alternative name||Prasat Pram|
|K Inscription||K.180, K.704|
|Inscr. Location||In situ|
|Village||O Pram Pheam|
|Art Style||Koh Ker|
Prasat Pram Pheam (ប្រាសាទប្រាំភាម្ម - Pronounced: Pra-saht Prahm Pheam?) contains 5 brick ruined towers along with an additional laterite foundation. The site has some immaculate inscriptions however devoid of any carvings.
All the towers face east, and two of the towers also houses an inscription each. This temple was built in the 10th century under King Rajendravarman II and was dedicated to five gods.
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