Prasat Nong Hong
15/1 หมู่9 Tambon Non Din Daeng, Amphoe Non Din Daeng, Chang Wat Buri Ram 31260, Thailand
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The Prasat Nong Hong is a Khmer sanctuary in Thailand, in the province of Buriram . It is a set of three brick towers, facing east, and resting on a single laterite platform . The three towers have a square plan, of the stepped type, the central tower being the largest. The whole is surrounded by a laterite wall pierced by two entrances, one to the east, the other to the west. According to the type of decoration and architecture, this sanctuary is style Baphuon and dates from the xi th century
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