Wat Saang Phnom

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Wat Saang Phnom
Native Nameវត្តស្អាងភ្នំ​​
Alternative nameWat Kampong Phum S'ang, Wat S'ang Phnom
BA#C0810009
CISARK#1384, 2228
IK#31.06
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageS'ang Phnom
CommuneS'ang Phnom
DistrictS'ang
ProvinceKandal
CountryCambodia
Coordinates11.35733, 104.96169
History
MaterialSandstone, Schist, Brick



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Wat Saang Phnom (វត្តស្អាងភ្នំ​​ - Pronounced: Woit Sa'ang P'nom)

The site of a modern Buddhist temple that was likely built on the foundations of an ancient temple mound. One can find a a few fragments of schist that has been cemented into a steps and scattered fragments of bricks. A number of sandstone statues and round colonettes were originally discovered here, though the current whereabouts have not been verified. Some fragments of the statues may still be present, but incorporated into new cement statues.


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