Prasat Kravan

Prasat Kravan is a Hindu temple constructed by Harshavarman I during the early 10th century. Prasat Kravan consists of several red brick towers located South East of Angkor Thom, and contain unique carvings of Vishnu and Lakshmi rendered in brick. The site was

overrun with vegetation but was cleared in the 1930s, and later restored with new bricks in the 1960s. The East facing temple is surrounded by a moat like many other Angkorian temples, and is known for it's striking symmetry and mathematical precision. Prasat Kravan boasts some of the most detailed bas-reliefs within the interior walls, which makes it a must-visit for photographers and tourists alike. Morning provides the best light for photography, although Prasat Kravan is beautiful any time of the day. You could expect to spend about 30 minutes here.

Prasat Kravan

Date:

Early 10th century (921)

Style:

Bakheng

Reign:

Harshavarman I

Religion:

Hinduism

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