Srah Phong

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Srah Phong
Native Nameស្រះផុង
Alternative nameTrapeang Phong, Trapeang Pong, Sras Phong, Srah Pong
BA#C1710115
CISARK#1149
IK#538
SizeSmall
ConditionIntact
TypeAncient Reservoir
Location
Part ofYasodharapura II, Yasodharapura III, Angkor
VillageSrah Srang Cheung
CommuneNokor Thom
DistrictSiem Reap Municipality
ProvinceSiem Reap
CountryCambodia
Coordinates13.43704, 103.92110
History
FoundedMid-10th Century?
BuilderRajendravarman II?
Art StylePre Rup
MaterialLaterite
UNESCO Inscription1992



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Site Size & Condition: Ancient Reservoir Srah Phong (ស្រះផុង - Pronounced: Sras Pohng) is a small man made pond with a laterite perimetre measuring 40m x 30m that sits 100m north of Prasat Pre Rup. The small pond can be seen from the main road that leads up to Prasat Mebon Khang Kaeut around the Large Circuit.


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