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English: Koh Ker, Cambodia, was the temporary capital city of the Khmer Empire between 928 to 944 AD under king Jayavarman IV (928-941 AD) and king Harshavarman II (941-944 AD). The Koh Ker site is dominated by the Prang, the state temple of Jayavarman IV. The 36 meter tall pyramid is behind the Prasat Thom.
Date 25 August 2007
Author thomaswanhoff


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