Angkor, in the north-west of Cambodia, is famed for its ruined monuments dating from the ninth to fifteenth centuries. The most significant ruins are the temple of Angkor Wat and the walled city of Angkor Thom.
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Online version of a translation of Maurice Glaize's 1944 guide to the Angkor Monuments.
Angkor Photo Diary
Offers a large photo collection of the Angkor monuments, including Angkor Wat, Ta Prom, Banteay Srei, Banteiay Kdei, Prah Khan, and Bayon.
Flash-based interactive guide to the ruins, in English and French. Incorporates images and text via a clickable map.
Angkor Wat portal, news and FAQ.
Angkor: the Khmer Temples
Pictures and short guide to the main temples of the area.
Royal Angkor Foundation
Description of the research and conservation projects undertaken by this Budapest-based organisation, including the Preah Ko project and the Angkor Radar Project (based on NASA imagery).
Sculptures and Bas-Reliefs in Khmer Art
Article on Angkor's artworks, with photographs and glossarised terms. By Olivier Saltet.
Indochina Snapshot: Rediscovering Ancient Angkor
Travel article by John Spragens Jr, with photographs. (August 27, 1989)
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