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Amazing Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia

11 May 2013 by admin

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The Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia built by the king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century to serve him as a grave is a symbol of power, unit and style that was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its architectural and artistic perfection still visible and because of the symbol that is for the khmer people. For this reason it was printed on the Cambodia’s national flag and is an important attraction for the visitors. Angkor Wat was always a religious symbol, first Hindu dedicated to god Vishnu, then Buddhist.