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Cambodia, temples, monks and elephants

Cambodia, temples, monks and elephants

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  • Hello, I have another about Cambodia, where are you going to teach ?
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  • Hoping to go & teach in Cambodia next year so a nice little taste of whats in store - thank you
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  • is fantastic your show!
    my best regards!
    I like also angkor wat made by maria: wonderful!
    thanks, michaelasanda
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  • The itinerary is different from ours. We did not go to so many places. We went to Tonle Sap lake. Do I have to guess who the lady is in slide 11 and 37. Thanks for showing me things places that we missed in Cambodia.
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  • Hola Nikita, he visto Camboya, la India, y por supuesto Argentina grande, extensa y bella por todos los sitios, son bonitos reportajes y muy de apie.
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  • 1. Cambodia: Temples & people
  • 2. Siem Reap´s temples by order of appearance 1°Angkor Thorn Buddhist Late Xll century Jayavarman VII 2°Bayon Buddhist Late Xll century Jayavarman VII 3°Bakong Hindu Late lX century Indravarman l 4°Srah Srang Buddhist Late Xll century Jayavarman Vll 5°Prasat Kravan Hindu Early X century Harshavarman V 6°Banteay Kdei Buddhist Late Xll century Jayavarman Vll 7°Banteai Srei Hindu Late X century Rajendravarman ll 8°Ta Prohm Buddhist Early Xlll century Jayavarman Vll 10°Statue of the Leper King Buddhist Late Xll century Jayavarman V 11°Angkor Wat Hindu Early Xll century Suryavarman l l 12°Mebom Hindu Late X century Rayendravarman ll
  • 3. Angkor Thom
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  • 7. Bayon
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  • 9. Vishnu
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  • 18. Banteay Kdei
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  • 21. Making sugar
  • 22. Selling sugar wraped in sugarcane leaves
  • 23. Ta Prohm
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  • 27. Clasical Bouddha statue
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  • 29. Apsaras ( dancers)
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  • 33. Statue of the Leper King
  • 34. Angkor Wat
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  • 36. Waiting for sunset at Mebon
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  • 39. By Maria [email_address] Photos: April 2006 Khmer music Performed by Soriya Main testimony of the khmer civilization and religious architecture They were builted with stone, baterita and clay, they survived till ours days The Khmer temples Treasure of Asia

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