Faces in Stone

This shots were taken at Bayon Temple in Siem Seap Cambodia. It is located in the heart of Angkor Thom and is considered the second most important temple after Angkor Wat.
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The smiling faces of Bayon might be one the most recognized image of Cambodia. Built in the late 12th century for king Jayavarman VII, this temple will captivate you with its beautiful faces carved in stone.

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Looking at it from outside, it is as if you have been transported to an ancient world of gods and goddess. The smiling faces on the towers invites you to come in and experience the  grandeur of their world.

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