Spean Stoeng Krasang

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Spean Stoeng Krasang
Native Nameស្ពានស្ទឹងក្រសាំង
BA#C1306020
CISARK#2494
SizeLarge
ConditionRuin
TypeAncient Bridge
Location
CommuneRonak Ser
DistrictSangkum Thmei
ProvincePreah Vihear
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.42618, 104.79319
History
Founded12th Century
Art StyleBayon
MaterialLaterite



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Site Size & Condition: Ancient Bridge Spean Stoeng Krasang (ស្ពានស្ទឹងក្រសាំង - Pronounced: Spien Stuhng Kra-sung) a large ruined laterite bridge that weighs in at about 100m x 6.5m, was built during King Jayavarman VII's reign along his ancient highway from Angkor Thom to Prasat Preah Khan (Kampong Svay). This bridge sits further east of Prasat Preah Khan and therefore it is evidence that the ancient highway extends further into the kingdom.


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