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From HeritageDaily: Finding the Lost Art of Angkor Wat

‘Long-lost paintings have been discovered on the walls of Cambodia’s ancient Angkor Wat temple, thanks to the keen observations of an Australian National University (ANU) researcher. The ancient paintings date back almost 500 years and depict deities, animals, boats and … Continue reading

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Lost city of Mahendraparvata discovered in Cambodian jungles

The Khmer city of Mahendraparvata, located in present day Cambodia, has been rediscovered by archaeologists. It was built around 800 AD and then was overwhelmed by the surrounding jungle when the Khmer temple complex civilization collapsed. From “Lost city of … Continue reading

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Cambodia

An update on developments in Cambodia from Leopard Capital Management. ‘As the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) prepares for its single-market Economic Community in 2015, Cambodia is poised to benefit tremendously from this unification.‘ ‘Cambodia, as an emerging … Continue reading

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Great source of fascinating travel photos

The photo that I currently use for the header of this blog: is a bas relief from a temple in Cambodia. I found this photo on Alfred Molon’s travel photo site www.molon.de, which contains a large number of interesting photos … Continue reading

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