Prasat Top (West)

This site contains several small ruined towers, posessing a similar history to Prasat Top (East). Located in the same area as Prasat Top (East) and constructed in Post-Bayon style by an unknown ruler as the date is unsure, it has been dated as early as the 9th century with carvings dating as late as the 17th century which posts the question of it's use in latter years. The materials from the 10th and 11th century were reused for the current structure which was most likely assembled in the late 13th century, and the few carvings that remain are of Buddhist orientation and dating to the 17th century.  Little more than 10 minutes would be spent here, and is often paired with a visit to Prasat Top (East).
Prasat Top (West)

Date:

Probably late 13th century

Style:

Post-Bayon

Reign:

Unknown

Religion:

Buddhism