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Remaining columns and doorways in the collapsed and overgrown ruins of Banteay Chmar. The temple is one of the remote and outlying Angkor temple complexes in NW Cambodia, 20km from the Cambodia-Thai border. The city temple complex was the 4th largest built by King Jayavarman VII but is poorly understood and has been largely reclaimed by the rainforest.

Remaining columns and doorways in the collapsed and overgrown ruins of Banteay Chmar. The temple is one of the remote and outlying Angkor temple complexes in NW Cambodia, 20km from the Cambodia-Thai border. The city temple complex was the 4th largest built by King Jayavarman VII but is poorly understood and has been largely reclaimed by the rainforest.


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