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The  BAKONG       Angkor Wat Area Temples -CAMBODIA.  One of the 
earliest so-called mountain temples. It consists of five square terraces of diminishing seize; functioned as the
 state temple of Indravarman I, who established the linga Sri Indresvara on top of the pyramidal structure in 881.
The present central shrine on top of the terraces was built almost two and a half centuries later.

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