Now dry and easy to miss
What we say:
The baray is vast — 7.5km long by almost 2km wide — afer completion it was fed its water via a canal from the Roulos river that emptied into its northeastern corner. When full to a planned depth of 4m the baray held a massive 55 million cubic metres of water. Today there is no water to speak of — but towards the centre sits the East Mebon on a purpose-built temple island. What a splendid sight it must have been when the baray was full.Last updated: 12th October, 2014
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