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Srah Srang is a baray or artificial reservoir at Angkor that dates back to the mid-10th century.
Srah Srang is a baray or artificial reservoir at Angkor that dates back to the mid-10th century. Commissioned by Kavindrarimathana, Buddhist minister of Rajendravarman II, it was later modified circa 1200 by Jayavarman VII. It was used as an ablution pool for ritual washings. Measuring 700 metres by 350 metres, it has a stepped landing platform along the western edge that features guardian lions and n?ga balaustrades. Sparse remnants of an island temple lie at the centre of the reservoir.
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