Cambodia temples. Captured in stone, engulfed by nature

Stepping over the rubble of blackened stone choked by a creeping vine, a magical sensation tingles up my spine.  I am surrounded by 100 years of Cambodian Khmer history, captured in stone and strangled by nature.  Reflective of this country’s violent and bloody battle, here in the temples of Angkor, a battle continues. Now, it is the battle of human verse nature  as trees and vines swallow the temples.   The winner is nature as it takes back its space. Built during Khmer civilisation at its  height of power are the temples of Angkor.   Just moments outside of Siem Reap in an area of about 400 km² are hidden nearly 100

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