Library of Angkor Wat
This building in the gardens of the temple of Angkor Wat is best known as the Library of Angkor Wat is the agreed name of buildings that are found in almost all outdoor speakers Khmer temples.
libraries are often built in pairs and each side of the path.
one can also notice that their opening is facing west and that some’m the temple of the kingdom of Angkor Wat.
Curiously no one can really say it was the main function of these charming little temple where even if it was the Library of Angkor Wat .
building style of the library of Angkor Wat Temple
Their rectangular building and were often built with a false floor openings libraries are often preceded by a terrace serving avant-body .
generally the library built in different temples of Angkor Wat are no windows and only small sizes openings provide ventilation and give light , but at the Angkor Wat temple library of Angkor Wat a real window as evidenced by the attached pictures .
there is little evidence to verify their primary use, only a name found in the temple Prasat seems Khna shown assuming the use of these constructs temple library .