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Batchum Temple

Bathum temple is located about 300meters south of Srah Srang. It is accessible by Beung Mealear ancient road, which is located north of Kravan village. Constructed of brick, the temple has three towers that face east. According to the inscription, the temple was built by a Buddhist officer named Kavey treanrimthon during the reign of Rajendravarman, who crowned in AD 944. According to the inscription written in AD 953, the temple was originally called Saok Takrum. It is now called Batchum. 

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