Constructed: Late 12th century C.E.
King/Patron: Jayavarman VII
A single small sandstone tower located opposite Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm Kel is the ruin of the temple or ‘chapel’ of one of the 102 hospitals built by Jayavarman VII throughout the kingdom. Of very similar design and state of ruin to the Chapel of the Hospital near Ta Keo. The Buddhist-themed carving on the northern pediment is in fair condition and displays marks of vandalism characteristic of the 13th century Hindu resurgence. The coarsely rendered carving on the interior of the temple are probably from a much latter period.
Constructed for king Suryavarman II in the early twelfth century, Angkor Wat, the best-preserved temple in Angkor, is the epitome of the high classica...Read More
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