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Prasat Muang Kack

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    [ Location ]
    About 32 km from Korat city.

    [ Outline ]
    Prasat Muang Kack is one of the Khmer monuments.
    It was built for a Hindu God, Shiva, in the 10th century A.D.
    The monument facing north consists of three main buildings.
    The main materials are brick and sandstone.
    The monument is enclosed by a wall and a moat same as other sanctuaries.
    The left side building
    The right side building
    There are two bases of smaller buildings located out side.
    in_ent This monument scale is smaller than "Phimai", but it is enclosed by double walls.
    In 1990, the Fine Art Department has restored Prasat Muang Kack and found a lintel depicting decorations of Koh Ker style (dated bet. 974 and 972).
    The buildings are badly weathered, the frame of entrance and base are only remained.
    A carving of main ruin's lintel is barely remained.
    There is another monument "Prasat Non Ku" which is about 600 meters from here.

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