Prasat Si Khoraphum
Ra Ngang, Sikhoraphum District, Surin 32110, Thailand
About Prasat Si Khoraphum
Sikhoraphum is one of the largest and well preserved Khmer monuments in the Surin province of Thailand. Prasat Sikhoraphum was most likely built during the 11th or 12th century. It was constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva
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