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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA
The Ten Temples I Visited

April 2007

Angkor Wat is a Hindu temple built
in the early to mid 12th century
during the reign of King Suryavarman
The Noodleman at ANGKOR WAT


Ta Prohm is a Buddhist temple built
in the mid to early 13th century during
the reign of King Jayavarman VII
Ta Prohm


Prasat Kravan is a Hindu temple built
in the early 10th century during
the reign of King Harshavarman I
Prasat Kravan


Ta Som is a Buddhist temple built in
the late 12th century during the reign
of King Jayavarman VII
Ta Som


Bayon is a Buddhist temple built in the
late 12th century during the reign of
King Jayavarman VII
Bayon


Banteay Kdei is a Buddhist temple built in
the late 12th to early 13th century during
the reign of King Jayavarman VII
Banteay Kdei


Preah Khan is a Buddhist temple built in
the late 12th century during the reign
of King Jayavarman VII
Preah Khan
Neak Pean is a Buddhist temple built in
the late 12th century during the reign
of King Jayavarman VII
Neak Pean

Pre Rup is a Hindu temple built in the
late 10th century during the reign of
King Rajendravarman II
Pre Rup
East Mebon is a Hindu temple built in the
late 10th century during the reign of
King Rajendravarman II
East Mebon


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