Wat Thun Mun

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Wat Thun Mun
Native Nameវត្តធនមន្ត​​
Alternative nameWat Srah Srang Kirisophon, Wat Sras Srang Kirisoporn
BA#C0810005
CISARK#1400
IK#31.08
SizeSmall
ConditionTuol
TypeTemple
Location
VillageTuol Sophi
CommunePraek Koy
DistrictS'ang
ProvinceKandal
CountryCambodia
Coordinates11.32388, 104.99206
History
MaterialSandstone, Schist



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Site Size & Condition: Small Tuol Wat Thun Mun (វត្តធនមន្ត​​ - Pronounced: Woit Tonh Monh) the site of a modern Buddhist monastery where an interesting sandstone lintel was discovered, only a fragment of this lintel remains, which depicted a figure battling nandin. A schist block can still be found which is now used as a stepping stone outside one of the modern buildings. A statue of Vishnu was originally discovered here also though the whereabouts is currently unknown.


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