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Banyan (Strangler fig) tree overgrowing one of the central red brick towers at Prasat Pram. Prasat Pram is a peaceful sanctuary located in a remote and heavily forested part of Preah Vihear Province.  The temple forms part of the Koh Ker complex, a group of more than 180 sanctuaries which pre-date  the more well known Angkor Wat temples. Koh Ker was first built in the 10th Century (around 921 AD) by King Jayavarman IV and was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire.

Banyan (Strangler fig) tree overgrowing one of the central red brick towers at Prasat Pram. Prasat Pram is a peaceful sanctuary located in a remote and heavily forested part of Preah Vihear Province. The temple forms part of the Koh Ker complex, a group of more than 180 sanctuaries which pre-date the more well known Angkor Wat temples. Koh Ker was first built in the 10th Century (around 921 AD) by King Jayavarman IV and was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire.


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