Category:Neak Pean

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English: Neak Pean (translated as "The entwined serpents") at Angkor, Cambodia is an artificial island with a Buddhist temple on a circular island in Preah Khan Baray built in the 12th century during the reign of King Jayavarman VII.
Neak Pean (it); Neak Pean (fr); Neak Pean (hr); Неакпеан (ru); Neak Pean (de); Neak Pean (vi); ニャック・ポアン (ja); ปราสาทนาคพัน (th); Neak Pean (pl); Neak Pean (nb); Neak Pean (nl); ប្រាសាទនាគព័ន្ធ (km); Neak Pean (hu); Neak Pean (en); နိပင်း (my); 涅盘宫 (zh-hans); Neak Pean (es) isla santuario en Camboya (es); archäologische Stätte in Kambodscha (de); strukturë arkitekturore (sq); architectural structure (en); bouwwerk in Cambodja (nl) ปราสาทเนียกปวน, Neak Pean, เนียกปวน, ប្រាសាទនាគព័ន្ធ (th); ប្រាសាទ នាគព័ន្ធ (km); Neak Poan (es)
Neak Pean 
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Instance ofarchaeological site
Part ofAngkor
Location Khmer Empire
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13° 27′ 47″ N, 103° 53′ 40″ E
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