Wat Ounalom Phnom Penh is reputedly the oldest of the five pagodas that have been founded during Phnom Penh’s first era as a capital in the early 15th century. Today the Wat is also home to the Buddhist patriarch. This is the headquarters of the Cambodian Buddhist patriarchate, founded in 1443, comprising of 44 structures in total. The head of the country’s Buddhist brotherhood lives here as do some monks. Here you can also see the statue of Samdech Huot Tat, fourth patriarch of Cambodian Buddhism, who was killed by Pol Pot. Behind the main building is a stupa containing an eyebrow hair of The Buddha.