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Ta Prohm Temple, Cambodia

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Eiheiji by 663highland: Eihei-ji (永平寺?) is one of two main temples of the Sōtō school of Zen Buddhism, the largest single religious denomination in Japan and is located about 15 km east of Fukui in Fukui Prefecture, Japan. In English, its name means "temple of eternal peace" (in Japanese, 'ei' means "eternal", 'hei' means "peaceful", and 'ji' means "Buddhist temple"). en.wikipedia.org/... #Eiheiji #Japan

Gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia.

Ta Prohm is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia,

5. The Trees from Ta Phrom The trees growing out of the ruins of Ta Prohm, a Cambodian temple, are fascinating. There are two main species that predominate in Ta Prohm. Some specialists claim that the larger tree (see picture) is a Silk Cotton tree (Ceiba pentandra), others think that it’s a Thitpok (Tetrameles nudiflora). The smaller one seems to be a Strangler Fig tree. The giant tree roots attract thousands of visitors each year.