Wat Khao Noi Si Chomphu is situated in tambon Klong Nam Sai and accommodates also Prasat Khao Noi, which are believed to have been Hindu-shrines, at a hill of about 130 mtrs. high, which can be reached by stairs of 245 steps. Of the three Prangs
is only the middle main-tower left and the bases of the Prangs at the right-hand side and the left-hand side. They are made of bricks and built without the use of mortar.
They have been registered in 1935 by the Department of Fine Arts as a national ancient site. Amongst some old relics has been found a sandstone lintel in the Khmer-style Sombor Prei Kuk
of 7 AD which are now displayed at the Pranchin Buri National Museum. An inscription indicates the year 637, which is considered as the oldest inscription of the country. ARANYAPRATHET DISTRICT
The entrance to the premises: N 13° 35' 03.91" E 102° 31' 45.57"
Category:Architecture and Structures
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