Reservoirs of a Millennia Ago

After the reign of the Khmer Rouge ended, Angkor was not yet ready for exploration as the last groups of the Khmer Rouge with their leader Pol Pot made their last stand in the Kulen Hills. Only after the death of Pol Pot that it became safe for exploring, archaeologists started returning to Angkor to... Continue Reading →

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Cambodian Civil War and Angkor

After Angkor became popular in Europe, the French sent missions on foot to map the Cambodian forests around the temple of Angkor Wat. Many archaeologists went to Angkor working on restoring the ancient temples. As the archaeologists found more temples and remains of the great Barays, which are man-made reservoirs, it became clear that they were no... Continue Reading →

The Angkorian Empire – Discovery

Have you heard of the Angkorian Empire, if you haven't, then you would definitely have some clue about Angkor Wat, if not even that, then you shouldn't read this anymore. Blunt, I know, but that's the way I would I will prefer it. But if you still want to read, then go on, this is... Continue Reading →

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