Friday, April 8, 2011

Travel Photos of Angkor Thom

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Bodhisattva Lokeshvara or Jayavarman VII? The debate over the answer is diluted by the majestic structure bearing the controversy.

The smile that stands on the labour by many and the pride of the king. Was there any other king that carved more than 200 faces of his own in one single temple?

Well designed passage to the centre prasat, where the heart of the temple located.

The long passage way lead to the great temple of Pimenakas alludes the saviour of the god towards those who are willing to walk on it.

Balustrade over the moat of Angkor Thom at 9:30 am, with devas holding a long naga.

Once the entrance of the greatest city in the world that had eclipsed the rest. The rediscovery of the lost city again eclipses many other wonders.

With the combination of 15 meters wide wall surrounded by 100 meters wide moat, Angkor Thom was impossible to be breached. If that was true, how did the empire fall?

Prasat Suor Prat from the Terrace of the Elephants. That's the view of the king on his morning walk from his palace to Pimenakas through the terrace.

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