Prè Roup Temple “the temple turning or changing the body”

A work of great dignity and impeccable proportions of Prè Roup was written by Maurice Glaize in 1963.

Location: Northeast of Srah Srang and 500 meters (1,640 feet) south of the south end of the East Baray.

Access: Enter and leave the monument from the east entrance. To climb to the upper terrace, use the east stairway; it is slightly less steep than the others.

Date: the second half of the tenth century (961)

King: Rajendravarman II

Religion: Hindu (dedicated to the god Siva)

Art Style: Prè Roup

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