Not far north from the Dragon Pool is the Grorgo Temple. This is a very small temple surrounded by trees on three sides. Generally, few tourists come here. The low walls of the temple are few, the ground is paved with red sandstone, most of the top of the temple has collapsed, and the sculptures at the doors and windows are still clearly visible and well preserved. There is a hanging decoration on the walls on both sides of the door. It seems that the hanging time is not very long and the color is bright. On the ground of the temple, there are two sections of corrugated windows and a small incense burner with incense heads. It seems that people put it on purpose. A tall tree with its luxuriant roots was sitting on a broken low wall, beside which were piled stones from a collapsed temple wall.
The Grorgo Temple is one hundred meters north of the tank pool. The walls of this temple are very low, only half as high as those of other temples. Under the outer wall, there are many stones scattered on the ground. The whole temple is paved with red sandstone, and their base has been fluctuating. To tell you the truth, the temple is broken and cold. It's a very small scenic spot.
Next to the north of the Nirvana Palace, there is a Grorgo Temple. The driver of this place will not take you on his own initiative. I asked him to go according to the introduction on "traveling all over the world". Compared with the bustle of Nirvana Palace, it's cold here.
Nearby, there is a Grorgo Temple, which is also the work of Jeba-mo VII. Jeba-mo VII built Tabulong Temple for his mother and Saint Sword Temple for his father (1191). The gate is still a four-sided portrait of the seventh generation. Next to the gate was a relief of Garuda, with snake tails in his hands and five Naga snakes under his feet. On both sides of the road are sculptures of Asura and the gods pulling Naga. The sculpture of Linga, Shiva's avatar, is on both sides of the entrance. The Buddha statue in it was shoveled away after later generations returned to Hinduism. The monastery is basically broken walls and ruins, but from the entrance you can see that the original scale is very large. Fine reliefs can still be seen on the lintels and walls. Here is the remains of a two-storey cylindrical building, which seems different in style from other Angkor temple buildings and has the flavor of Greece and Rome. Since there were Gibraltar-style Buddha statues in China more than 1,000 years ago, it is not impossible for Angkor to have Greek-Roman architecture 700 years ago. War and trade can spread many things, some of which we can hardly even imagine.
The Grorgo Temple is 100 meters north of the Longpan Pool. If it weren't for the guide who took us here, we would not know that there was such a famous temple beside it even after the tour ended. The history of this temple should be contemporary with Tasa temple, Barong temple and Longpan pool, but it worships Guanyin Bodhisattva. The temple is small, looks a little fragmented, the ground has been ups and downs uneven, some doorposts are inclined, it looks very vicissitudes of life. There are very few visitors here, so you can take some pictures at will.