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  Prasat Sra Kamphaeng Yai

 

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The eastern gopura and main entrance of Prasat Sra Kamphaeng Yai in Sri Saket.

 

This 11th century Khmer monument, built in the Baphuon style, was initially devoted to the Hindu god Shiva, but was converted into a Mahayana Buddhist temple in the 13th century.

 

  Prasat Sra Kamphaeng Yai

 

  Prasat Sra Kamphaeng Yai

 

It is surrounded by a laterite gallery, with a width of 54 meters and a length of 62 meters.