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The most photographed archaeological monument in the country was constructed by Suryavarman II to honour the god Vishnu and, in time, become his own mausoleum. Its five towers symbolise the centre of the universe for Hindus. It is surrounded by walls and a moat which reflects the sunset and was once full of crocodiles.
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