The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has highly appreciated Cambodia’s commitment to strengthen urban heritage preservation.
In July, the authority had announced that during the first three weeks of the excavation work, some statues and artefacts have been found.
Photo taken on May 24, 2021 shows a view of the Angkor archeological park in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Located in Siem Reap province, the Angkor Archeological Park, inscribed on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1992, is the kingdom’s most popular tourist destination.
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In spite of torrid heat and sweat dripping down his back, Hans Tammemagi was captivated by the sight before him. Banyan roots the thickness of a horse’s torso entwined the stones of a huge temple, crushing them, twisting them and ever so slowly taking command of this patch of Cambodian jungle.
Here’s everything you need to know before you visit and tour Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Camboidia’s most famous archeological site.
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How to visit this UNESCO Heritage site responsibly, when to go, how to get around and more in this special Angkor Wat travel guide…
Angkor disappeared into the jungle, only to be rediscovered hundreds of years later…
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