Banteay Kdei--page 3 (or four pages)

late 12th-early 13th century, built by Jayavarman VII


Hall of the Dancing Girls

This open roofed building has four courtyards. The pillars would have supported a wooden roof. The piers are decorated with apsaras dancing alone or in pairs.
 

Apsaras dancing on lotus flowers--reliefs sculpted on the sides of the axial pillars

 
 

Windows on the wall of the Hall of the Dancing Girls



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