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    Ta Prohm, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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    Ta Prohm ruins at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. NatGeo Inspirations.

  • Patricia Wayne

    Indiana Jones? Tomb Raider? Let's go.

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    The world's most famous trees Silk cotton/strangler fig One of the most popular temples in Cambodia's Angkor Wat complex, Ta Prohm is best known for the trees which dominate its ruins. The temple was used in the film Tomb Raider.

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    #AngkorWat #SiemReap #Hindu #Temple #Cambodia #BeenThere

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    Ta Prohm Ruins, Cambodia - National Geographic

  • Sarah Wormer

    It was Ancient temple ruins that provided the first physical evidence of the Ancient alien theory. Ruins such as this cave contained drawings and mathmatic equations that were far beyond the abilities of any known civiliation other tham our own. (Setting 2)

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Cambodia - by Bayon. One of the 49 towers in the Bayon temple at sunrise in Angkor Thom, Cambodia. Each of these towers symbolize king Jayavarman VII (1181-1219) in the form of the Boddhisatva Avalokiteshvara.

Angkor Temple, Cambodia. "The attention of a traveller, should be particularly turned, in the first place, to the various works of Nature, to mark the distinctions of the climates he may explore, and to offer such useful observations on the different productions as may occur." ~ William Bartram

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(Jungle Ruins - DG) B1 This was taken midday last summer during a visit to Cambodia in Siem Reap at Ta Prohm Temple at Angkor Wat.

Tomb Raider Tree at Ta Prohm ancient Angkor Wat Temple, Cambodia - (CC)Augapfel -

The Gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia

2. The first civilization of Cambodia formed in 150 AD known as the Fu-Nan. Cambodia was divided into rival states, however during the 9th century a king Jayavarman II founded the Khmer Empire. During the 19th century the Thais invaded Cambodia so they sought protection from the Vietnamese who eventually took over Cambodia. Then the French overthrew the Vietnamese and took over Cambodia. On November 9, 1953 the French recognized Cambodia as an independent state and left them.