Restoration of sites is opened in several sites.
Neak Pean was built in the twelfth century during the reign of Jayavarman VII, a large pool surrounded by stairs and a shrine in the centerof a small island. The pilgrims came there at the time to do their sacred ablutions. The 4 weirs symbolize 4 rivers that had their source in the same lake near Mount Kailash in Tibet.


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