Ruins of temple structures at level 2. Right: the causeway between levels 2 and 3, and the staircase to level 3.
Ruins of temple structures at level 3. One famous signatures of Khmer (Khmar) architecture is constructing doorways
connecting the chambers on one straight line, in north-south or east-west orientation. At Phra Vihan the main
doorways, staircases and causeways are on north-south line, and the minor walkways are at 90 degrees (east-west).
Right: the causeway between levels 3 and 4, and the staircase to level 4.
Looking back at temple on level 3, from level 4.
Right: The view of lowland Cambodia through the ruins at level 4.
Peeping at the level 3 through a doorway of temple on level 4. Right: ruins of structures on level 4.
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