It's great to see this place in the book, and I feel like it so much, so come and see it, it's very comfortable.
After returning, I had the opportunity to see some books written by Taiwanese architects, and to rate it highly. The Rollos complex as the beginning of Khmer art. The Angkor dynasty had set the capital here for 70 years. The sky palaces, the Lolai Temple, the Jinniu Temple and so on, which I think are beautiful.
Go to the Rolous Group site (Rolous Group), which was once the capital of ancient Angkor. The Luoluo temple complex is the last area in the Angkor tour. Before the capital moved to the Angkor area, the capital of the kingdom was established here for 70 years. It is known as the beginning of Khmer art and is now open to the public. The oldest temple in the ruins of Angkor. The Luoluosi group is composed of Shenniu Temple, Bagong Temple and Luolai Temple. The three temples are closely connected. The architectural styles and decoration methods are very similar. Shenniu Temple is a temple dedicated to the king’s parents and has not been developed during restoration. The Bagong Temple, which symbolizes Xuni Mountain, is the most prominent of the three temples. Bagong Temple is the largest temple in the Roluos group and the earliest pyramid temple. There is a circle of moats around, trees and flowers on both sides of the river, the environment is very beautiful. The temple has five levels of platforms, and each level has stone carvings. From bottom to top, there are Naga, Garuda, evil gods and demons. The top is the world of gods. These stone carvings are different from the carvings of the main tower. The techniques are relaxed and casual, and the characters are lifelike. There are few such expressions in the Angkor monuments. Twilight is approaching, and we waited reluctantly for the sunset at Bakong Temple... Before we came, we had only a vague concept of Angkor, but now we know that Angkor is so great, this one is sleeping in the jungle The 600-year-old city has left many unsolved mysteries for future generations.
This place was once the site of the Khmer capital, and the largest temple in the capital was later abandoned and many remains visible.