The Phnom Krom (the mountain downstream ) is a temple hindouist builds under the reign of Yaśovarman I (thus between 889 and 910) on a natural hill in the south-west of the site of Angkor to the Kampuchea.
This low-size temple is built in the style of the Bakheng, enclosed in a square enclosure of 50 side m whose only walls in Latérite remain. The houses of entry ( will gopura ) disappeared.
The majority of interior installations are in bad condition and decorations in friable sandstone very badly resisted time.
Three turn-sanctuaries ( prasat ) honor the Trimūrti : Śiva (in the center), Viṣṇu (in North) and Brahmā (in the South).
The rise until Phnom Krom is also deserved by the superb sight that one discovers there on the Tonlé Sap.
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