Phum Prasat Temple
Tnaot Chum, Cambodia
About Phum Prasat Temple
A huge temple that was dedicated to Shiva. It was a sanctuary built temple on the flat terrace without the false door and faced to the east. In the ancient period. There are so many things to see in and around this temple and it is one of the favorite places of tourists.
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