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History Museum
“The Angkor National Museum in Siem Reap is perfect for learning more about the glorious Khmer Empire before visiting the stunning temples at the Angkor Archaeological Park. Most of the artefacts on display in the museum were recovered in and around the Angkor Archaeological Sites. From an assortment of Hindu gods, Buddhist Bodhisattvas to sandstone reliefs and beautiful costumes, the collection of relics from the ancient Angkor Empire is impressive. Together these artefacts tell the stories of the rise and fall of the Khmer empire. Some pieces to highlight are a late 12th-/early 13th-century seated Buddha protected by a naga and a standing Vishnu from the 7th-century. After a short presentation, visitors enter the Gallery of a Thousand Buddhas, which has a fine collection of images. Other exhibits include artefacts and information about the pre-Angkorian periods of Funan and Chenla; Angkor Wat; Angkor Thom and the Khmer kings. While the collection is not as extensive as the collection on display in the National Museum in Phnom Penh, the artefacts, information panels and touch-screen videos put the story of Angkor and the Khmer empire in context very well.”
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History Museum
“You can walk from our hotel to this museum in just 5 minutes, tickets you can contact us to book for you and it cost 12$ per adult and 6$ for kid age under 12.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Siem Reap, Cambodia have a lot of beautiful temples, among of those temple the Angkor Wat is best one that travelers should never missed.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Bayon Temple The 12th century Bayon Temple is one of the most impressive temples located at the heart of the ancient city of Angkor Thom. Also known as the 'Face Temple', this house of worship was built by the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII and decorated with 216 smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara. The temple was also adorned with astonishing bas-reliefs incorporating over 11,000 figures. A few decades after the death of King Jayavarman VII, the temple was turned back into a Hindu temple as King Jayavarman VIII returned to Hinduism as the official Khmer religion. Images of Buddha in the Bayon temple were destroyed and replaced with Hindu images. Many alterations have shaped the Bayon temple over time. Its most distinctive feature, the multitude of serene and smiling stone faces have resisted all changes and can be admired on the remaining 37 towers. At the height of the Khmer empire, the temple comprised 54 towers with each of them representing a province that was ruled by the Khmer Empire under King Jayavarman VII. The design, architecture, and decoration of the Bayon temple could not be more different to Angkor Wat. The temple, however, is equally impressive and attracts many visitors each year.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Siem Reap, Cambodia have a lot of beautiful temples, among of those temple the Angkor Wat is best one that travelers should never missed.”
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Historiallinen paikka
“Bayon Temple The 12th century Bayon Temple is one of the most impressive temples located at the heart of the ancient city of Angkor Thom. Also known as the 'Face Temple', this house of worship was built by the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII and decorated with 216 smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara. The temple was also adorned with astonishing bas-reliefs incorporating over 11,000 figures. A few decades after the death of King Jayavarman VII, the temple was turned back into a Hindu temple as King Jayavarman VIII returned to Hinduism as the official Khmer religion. Images of Buddha in the Bayon temple were destroyed and replaced with Hindu images. Many alterations have shaped the Bayon temple over time. Its most distinctive feature, the multitude of serene and smiling stone faces have resisted all changes and can be admired on the remaining 37 towers. At the height of the Khmer empire, the temple comprised 54 towers with each of them representing a province that was ruled by the Khmer Empire under King Jayavarman VII. The design, architecture, and decoration of the Bayon temple could not be more different to Angkor Wat. The temple, however, is equally impressive and attracts many visitors each year.”
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Historiallinen paikka
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