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Ta Prohm Kel

Ta Prohm Kel (Khmer: Prasat Prasat or Prasat Prasat) is a small ruined sandstone monument in the archaeological park of Angkor, Siem Reap province, Cambodia.

Ta Prohm Kel was one of the 102 hospital chapels, some of which already existed, by King Jayavarman VII throughout the empire. The sanctuary opened to the east and had false doors on the other three sides. It was preceded by a small gopura of sandstone a little to the east from which the remains remain. The decor is Bayon's style, with devatas and small slices that include figures. A somasutra or channel to drain lustral water from the sanctuary, existed through the north wall of the sanctuary.

Ta Prohm Kel (Khmer: Prasat Prasat or Prasat Prasat) is a small ruined sandstone monument in the archaeological park of Angkor, Siem Reap province, Cambodia.

Ta Prohm Kel was one of the 102 hospital chapels, some of which already existed, by King Jayavarman VII throughout the empire. The sanctuary opened to the east and had false doors on the other three sides. It was preceded by a small gopura of sandstone a little to the east from which the remains remain. The decor is Bayon's style, with devatas and small slices that include figures. A somasutra or channel to drain lustral water from the sanctuary, existed through the north wall of the sanctuary.

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