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[Sanskrit: ‘abode of Hari-Hara’, i.e. the combined god Vishnu and Siva]. The ‘eastern district’ of Angkor, at present known by the name of Roluos, situated about 15 km southeast of Siem Reap. The ‘Roluos group’ consists of several brick edifices with pre-Angkorian art, as well as monuments dating from the reigns of the first three kings of Angkor, notably the Bakong, built in 881.

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