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|Date:||Late 12th century CE|
|King:||Jayavarman VII (reign 1181 – 1220 CE)|
Leak Neang Temple is the sanctuary, or chapel, of the hospital built by Jayavarman VII east of Angkor Thom.
It is in relatively good condition, compared to its southern and northern counterparts, Ta Prohm Kel Temple and Tonle Sgnout Temple.
The hospital chapels all have a laterite gate and a sandstone terrace facing the monument on the east side.
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