NEAK PEAN and SRAS SRANG

constructed during the reign of Jayavarman VII (1181-1220)

Neak Pean ("Coiled Serpents") is a man-made pond 70x70 meters in length utilized by pilgrims over the years to physically and spiritually revitalize themselves. Sras Srang ("Royal Bath") is a 700x300 meters pond at the base of which Jayavarman VII had a stately platform constructed

 

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NEAK PEAN
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SRAS SRANG
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