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Ta Prohm (Angkor Temples) Cambodia

Even though the relentless force of the vegetation is the cause of so much damage, the École Française d’Extrême-Orient felt obliged to leave at least one temple in Angkor as an example of the “natural state” that so marvelled the early explorers, while also showing by comparison the importance of the effort already achieved in its work to safeguard these ancient stones. It chose Ta Prohm – one of the most imposing and the one which had best merged with the jungle, but not yet to the point of becoming a part of it – Extract from “A Guide to Angkor Monuments” by Maurice Glaize

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