Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Dublin Core

Title

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Subject

Temple Architecture
Hindu Temple Architecture

Description

Angkor Wat is the largest temple complex in the world (402 acres), constructed in Cambodia in early 12th Century by Khmer King Suryavarman II. In those times Angkor was the state capital of Khmer Empire and was called Yashodharapura. Towards the end of 12th century the temple was also transformed into a Buddhist temple, is also known as "Hindu-Buddhist" temple.

Creator

Suryavarman II

Source

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angkor_Wat

Date

Early 12th Century

Format

Images

Language

English

Type

Still Images

Coverage

Angkor, Cambodia

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

JPG

Files

Sketch of Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat, Main Temple Complex
The Northern Library, Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat, Side View
Aerial View of Angkor Wat
Early Photograph of Angkor Wat, 1866
Replica of Angkor Wat
Facade of Angkor Wat, a drawing by Henri Mouhot, c. 1860
The central tower symbolizing the sacred Mount Meru

Citation

Suryavarman II, “Angkor Wat, Cambodia,” Demo Gallery, accessed March 1, 2024, http://punlib.info/ocgallery/items/show/2.

Output Formats

Geolocation