Ku Phra Kona

Ku Phra Kona

Located at Ban Ku. Wat Ku Phra Ko Na Moo 2, Tambon Sa Khu travel from Roi Et. Travel Highway 215 through the District Suang. Airport District. Then call 214 to about 12 km to the Ku Phra Kona. Distance of 60 kilometers from the province. Currently there are many temples built in the same area. Road to the intersection with the left hand Rubber front Ku Phra Ko Na Prang It contains three stone body on the sand base. Sort by north – south All facing east. The surrounding wall and entrance arch – the lead off the fourth with sandstone as well. 
Prang central body has been modified by the 2417 Act and created plaster Tab storied. Each class has his arch toward the fourth floor center page pagoda body is a temple decorated Buddha head Nak six former heads of the front The other two pagoda body has been restored from the temple as well. But not even change a pagoda shaped central body. Ong pagoda temple built in the North Hall roof Gable is carved on the Ramayana. Vishnu carved image and Debheeong Banthom Sin affixed to the original. Is above the front door. Debheeong the west gate of the drop on the floor to form Narai Song Garuda Ong pagoda south is still the same Debheeong placebo over the north door to sit with him in the picture angels arch over Ruankaew page ever. In addition, the front has Debheeong drop in the ground. Shiva is the image stamped on the back sit cattle. And placed with Esanrongeriyong assume Ku Phra Kona old bridge will be decorated Esanrongeriyong Nak and walk away from fried to arch toward the pool. Or Baray, which is located about 300 meters away from all artistic forms and styles of carvings. Frame and door pillars. Khmer art at the age of around 1560-1630 BC (the sin of) assumed that Ku Phra Kona would be built around the 16th Buddhist century. 
Getting away from the district town 60 kilometers along Highway 215 through the District Suang. Airport District. Then, on Highway 214 to approximately 12 kilometers to the Ku Phra Kona on the left.× Su front entrance is a clone. Temple of live crab-eating macaque.