Srah Srang in Angkor

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“Dug in the mid-10th century, Srah Srang measures 700 by 350 m and is still partially flooded. The landing-stage is cruciform, flanked by nāga balustrades which end with the upright head of a serpent, mounted by a garuda with its wings unfurled. The steps that lead down to the water are flanked by two guardian lions.” Plus sur Wikipédia.