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New Entry: Cambodia

by wisdoms Monday, October 5, 2009



"The ancient city Angkor in Cambodia has been attracting a lot of tourists from all over the world with its myriad mysterious and fascinating temple ruins discovery. Angkor is situated about 200 miles away from Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. This city is surrounded by the jungle and is filled with at least a thousand temples and temple ruins. One of the greatest, majestic and most amazing temple structures here is the Angkor Wat. This temple is remarkable even today, after thousands of years" continue...

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