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East Mebon Angkor (952)


East Mebon Angkor (952)


  • East Mebon is a temple (mountain) monument dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva. It was constructed under the supervision of King Rajendravarman who dedicated it to his parents.
  • East Mebon is constructed on the the same axis as the central Gopura of the Royal Palace, Phimeanakas behind that Gopura and the Victory Gate. It is 6,800 meters from Phimeanakas to the west inside Angkor Thom which was also constructed by King  Rajendravarman. It is also on the north south axis with Pre Rup, King Rajendravarman's temple about 1,200 meters south.
  • It was constructed on an island (114 meters by 117 meters) in the center of the East Baray and officially dedicated in 953.. It has 4 landing platforms which were then used for boats to bring visitors.



Lintel East Mebon Angkor



Brick Tower on Platform of East Mebon Angkor