Preah Pul

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Preah Pul
Native Name​ព្រះ​ពុល
Alternative namePreah Khpur
BA#C1306052
CISARK#234
IK#239
SizeMedium
ConditionRuin
TypeTemple
Location
CommuneSdau
DistrictSangkum Thmei
ProvincePreah Vihear
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.49386, 104.70683
History
MaterialLaterite, Sandstone



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Site Size & Condition: Medium Ruin Preah Pul (​ព្រះ​ពុល - Pronounced: Pra-saht Ta Boh!) a natural cave, which may have been used as a little hermitage and/or temple site, as evident by the laterite wall that flanks the entrance aligned along the north-east.

A small laterite building sits to the southeast that opens to the east with a sandstone door frame, it may be possible that this could be a small library?

Another laterite terrace can be found about 50m from the site which could indicate that it could be an old spring?


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