PrasatpreahVihearhas 405 kilometers distance from Phnom Penh or 108 kilometers distance from provincial town of PreahVihear. PreahVihear was built at the end of 9th century and at the beginning of 10th century by king namely:
-Preah Bat Yak Sovarman I from AD 889-910
-Preah Bat Suryavarman I from AD 1002-1050
-Preah Bat Suryavarman II from AD 1113-1150
PrasatPrahKo is located at Roluos between Bakong and Lolei it is mid-way between Bakong and the road. A enter and leave the temple from the east. It was built in late ninth century (879) by the King Indravarman I, dedicated to Siva (Hindu) funerary temple built for the king's parents, maternal grandparents, and a previous king, Jayavarman II and his wife, replica to PreahKo style of art.
PrasetBanteaySrey was built by king Rajendravarman II and Jayavarman V at the second half of 10thcentury, and was dedicated toBrahmanism.
PrasatBayon is in the center of the city of Angkor Thom. Bayon was built at the end of 12th century by king Jahavarman VII, and was dedicated to Buddhism
Prasat Angkor Wat is six kilometers from Siem Reap town and covers an area of 200 hectares. Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century, by king Suryavarman II, and was dedicated to Brahmanism.
The Temple of PreahVihear, A World HeritagePursuant to the Convention Concerning the Protectionof the World Culture and Natural Heritage (1972) and the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in Time of Coflict (1954), and taking into account the gravity of the situation created by Thailand's hostile activities against the Kingdom of Cambodia since the Inscription of the Temple of PreahVihear on the World Heritage List, Quebec, Canada, 7 July 2008,
UNESCO recommended the State Party of Cambodia to affix the distinctive emblems to facilitate the recognition of the cultural property and to provide a significant element of protection to this "outstanding masterpiece of Khmer architecture."The Temple of PreahVihear is an angkorian era monument located in the northern province of PreahVihear, 400 km north of Phnom Penh and 140 km northeast of Angkor, in the immediate proximity to Cambodia's border with Thailand. It built on a promontory that extends to the south, jutting out into the plain it dominates.
-Name of issue : 1st Anniversary of the Inscription of the Temple of PreahVihear on
the World Heritage List (UNESCO) July 07, 2008 - July 07, 2009
-Date of issue : 07-07-2009
-Printing Process : Offset
-Size of impression : 32mm X 43mm