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Angkor Thom (13°26′35.89″N 103°51′34.85″ECoordenadas: 13°26′35.89″N 103°51′34.85″E (mapa) ) fue la ciudad real intramuros fortificada construida por Jayavarman VII (1181 - c. 1220), rey del Imperio jemer, al final del siglo XII, luego que Angkor fuera conquistada y destruida por los Chams.

 

La ciudad real fue construida al lado del río Siam Reap, con un área de 9 km2 siguiendo la forma casi cuadrada de 3 km de lado, rodeada de un pozo y de un muro de 8 metros de alto. El palacio real actual fue construido durante el reino de Suryavarman I 150 años antes. Según la leyenda, el rey pasaba parte de cada noche con la reina Sol en el Palacio Celestial que forma parte de esta construcción.

 

Angkor Thom fue construido dentro de la cosmogonía hindú, dedicado al Dios Visnu, aunque más tarde se dedicaría al tardío budismo. En el centro de Angkor Thom está el Bayón, que fue el templo de Jayavarman VII. Es conocido por sus torres, con la cara de Buda por los cuatro lados; las paredes estaban cubiertas de relieves mostrando escenas de la vida del rey y del pueblo.

A novice staring out through a door frame at Phnom Bakheng Temple in Cambodia. This temple is famous for people coming up to see the sunset with Angkor Wat in the background.

Siem Reap, Cambodia

04 August 2010

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

04 August 2010

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Photo taken in a small rural village in Northwest Cambodia

©2010 by Mickael Ung

Siem Reap, Cambodia

04 August 2010

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A monk meditating in a window at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

Two monks standing at one of the entrances to Angkor Wat Temple, Cambodia.

Siem Reap, Cambodia

04 August 2010

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[Trip to Cambodia - 8th to 14th March 2015]

 

A colorful "street" in the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia.

Shot at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. The two monks form a sharp of a Love. The older monks was telling the other monks that God will Bless everyone. Have love and the world will be peaceful.

Siem Reap, Cambodia 04 August 2010 © kilcher04.net

Dec 12. Children of the poor live along a embanked dirt road, between swamp and rice fields. Spirits run high as members of youth mission trip of American expatriates the Eternal's light, builiding "houses" and just playing with the children. A "De Colores" experience.

 

The Eternal . . . has graced us and sanctioned us as His emissaries whose mission is to spread the one true and obedient faith to all people in the name of Jesus. . . I thank my God through Jesus the Anointed for all of you because we are joined by faith as family, and your faith is spreading across the world. - Romans 1

 

Next youth mission trip to Cambodia in Dec 13 - looking for your support and prayers.

Ankor Wat, Phnom Penh, and Siem Reap, Cambodia - March 2002

Ankor Wat, Phnom Penh, and Siem Reap, Cambodia - March 2002

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Cambodia, officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia and once known as the Khmer Empire, is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. Its total landmass is 181,035 square kilometres (69,898 sq mi), bordered by Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest.

A monk sitting in one of the corridors of the Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia.

I thought this dog was a husky when I first saw him and then realised he wasn't ha ha - he will always be a husky to me!

 

Dog on house boat in river village - Cambodia

A monk at Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia.

A monk standing in one of the side corridors of Ta Phrom Temple, Cambodia.

Siem Reap - Lake Tonle Sap - Living on the houseboat

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