Stairs leading up Phnom Chisor
|Proper name||Phnom Chisor|
|Elevation||133 m (436 ft)|
|Primary deity||Shiva and Vishnu|
|Architectural styles||Baphuon style of Khmer architecture|
|Number of temples||Two|
|History and governance|
|Date built||11th century|
|Creator||King Suryavarman I (1010-1050 AD)|
There is an ancient Khmer temple located on top of the hill. The temple was built in the 11th century of laterite and bricks with carved sandstone lintels  by the Khmer Empire king Suryavarman I,:136:96 who practiced Brahmanism. It was dedicated to the Hindu divinities Shiva and Vishnu. The original name of the temple was Sri Suryaparvata, "The mountain of Surya".
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