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Category:Baksei Chamkrong

Object location 13° 25′ 31.26″ N, 103° 51′ 29.72″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth - Proximityrama info
English: Baksei Chamkrong (translatable as "The Bird Who Shelters Under Its Wings") is a small Hindu temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and used to hold a golden image of him. The temple can be seen on the left side when entering Angkor Thom at the southern gate. It was dedicated to King Yasovarman by his son, King Harsavarman. The temple was completed by King Rajendravarman II sometime between 944-968 C.E.
Baksei Chamkrong 
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Instance of temple,
archaeological site
Location Angkor, Cambodia
Founded by
  • Harshavarman I
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13° 25′ 30.82″ N, 103° 51′ 29.06″ E

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