APAD 114: Details of passageways at Angkor Wat

Posted by on Jul 5, 2011 in A Photo a Day, Addicted to Meme, All things Khmer, ancient temples, Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Cambodia life, sights, That's My World | 3 comments

One of the many passageways in Angkor Wat leading to the main temple’s upper gallery, as seen from the outside. They are made of sandstones, segmented, with pediments decorated with classical Khmer architectural designs. These passageways or hallways lead to other galleries and enclosures.

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  1. I love these details of Ankor Wat.

  2. They are amazing aren't they! I was enchanted to see these 'ruins' in relatively good condition. Angkor Wat is personally one of the most unforgettable heritage sites.Rosie

  3. Thank you for sharing this part of the world for me. Love it!!

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