Ku Phra Kona (กู่พระโกนา ร้อยเอ็ด) Roi Et The three east-facing brick towers are situated on a laterite base in the north-south direction, enclosed by a wall containing an entrance gate or Gopura on each of the cardinal points. The towers themselves were adapted from thier original state. The central tower was coated with stucco and re-constructed in tiers, each with niches containing Buddha images on 4 cardinal points. The pediment of the northern tower depicts a scene from the Ramaya epic whereas the lintel above the front entrance was carved to display the Reclining Visnu and the western lintel which lies on the ground shows the God Visnu on his mout, the Garuda. The lintel above the northern fales door of the southern tower displays a divinity sitting on the head of a Kala. It is apparent from the pediment and lintels that this sanctuary was constructed in the Baphuon style of Khmer art dating from ca 11th century A.D.