Prasat Seman Teng

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Prasat Seman Teng
Native Nameប្រាសាទស្មាន់តេង
Alternative nameKrantep
CISARK#511
IK#628
TypeSmall Ruin, Dharmasala
Location
VillagePong Toek
CommuneNokor Pheas
DistrictAngkor Chum
ProvinceSiem Reap
CountryCambodia
CoordinatesN13 37.744 E103 45.427
History
Founded12th Century
BuilderJayavarman VII
Art StyleBayon
MaterialLaterite
ReligionBuddhist
DeityBuddha
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Site Size & Condition: Small Ruin Prasat Seman Teng (ប្រាសាទស្មាន់តេង - Pronounced: Pra-saht Smanh Tehng) stands on of the 120 Dharmasalas that King Jayavarman VII built along his Royal roads leading out of Angkor. This one in particular is in a ruined state with a unique setting of a bamboo forest, the site lacks any carvings as they have all been looted. There is a small carved sandstone block that sits in situ with partially visible praying figures but not much else. South of Prasat Smonh sits a man-made reservoir.


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Nearby Sites

Damnak Sdach - Kok Chan (Nokor Pheas Muoy) - Kok Chrap - Kok Dong (Angkor Chum) - Kok Ta Ker - Kok Ta Mau (Kok Trabaek) - Kuk Treng - Prasat Chranieng - Prasat Kok Kroes (Pong Toek) - Prasat O Yeang - Prasat Preah Khan (Toap Svay) - Prasat Smonh - Prasat Trav - Prasat Tumrop - Prasat Wat Prasat - Seman Yung - Spean Anlong La-ak - Spean Khla Kon - Spean Phneak Dai - Spean Thma (Khchar) - Spean Thma Stoeng Chhkae Kon - Trapeang Prasat (Siem Reap) - Trapeang Spean - Tuol Anlong La-ak - Tuol Kanchan Kou - Tuol Kok Arak - Tuol Prasat Kok Chan - Wat Angkor Pheas - Wat Kralanh

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