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We organize a 3rd humanitarian medical mission to Cambodia in Ratanakiri, Andong Meas district, for the period from 1 to 8 March 2015
and we are looking for volunteers with opportunities to discover and tourism.

The temples of Angkor, a treasure resurrected

Forgotten men, they were buried for centuries under a lush vegetation. Until a French explorer Henri Mouhot, rediscovered in 1860 and made known to the world. 150 years later, the amazing temples of Angkor, have international stature.

The archaeological park of 400 square kilometers, partly covered by forest, contains hundreds of buildings, remains of a mighty Khmer civilization and extreme refinement which subjugate visitors who spend 60,000 in 1999 to 1.6 million in 2011 representing an attendance of 4,000 people per day.
The Khmer empire spread its hegemony over six centuries in the territories of the Indochinese peninsula.

The ninth to the fifteenth century, the successive kings established their capital at Angkor, where they built a wonderful religious monuments and a sophisticated irrigation system.
Among the most famous temples, the huge Angkor Wat, built in the early twelfth century by King Suryavarman II, is one of the largest religious buildings ever constructed in the world.

It is a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1992 and 2004, over that of World Heritage in Danger has been a huge backup program. Researchers from different countries work for its preservation.

A masterpiece of Khmer art millennia, "the Duryodhana" returned by the United States

Three years after its seizure before an auction in New York in March 2011, the «Duryodhana leaping», Khmer statue of the tenth century, will be returned to Cambodia.
Second return, this time by a California museum after several months of discussions, «Bhima»,a statue purchased in 1976.

These two leading figures of Khmer art belong to a group of nine monumental statues in the round and could reach their home countries whose transfer is scheduled for June 2014.

Port Aventura adventure Angkor

"Angkor, Adventure in the lost kingdom" is the new attraction of Spanish leisure park, which will open in April 2014.
Draw on the Cambodian temple of Angkor Wat surrounded by lush forests and mangroves dangerous. Visitors embark on rafts equipped with water guns to help them cope with the many dangers of the jungle.

In (re)discovery of Angkor "Birth of a Myth"     
LOUIS DELAPORTE and CAMBODIA in Guimet Museum, Paris until January 23, 2014,
Video interview of Peter BAPTIST (Chief Curator, Curator of the exhibition).
Koh Lanta 2012 in Cambodia

(by TF1)
Exploring the "Kingdom of wonder" Two beautiful islands and wild places of filming « Koh-Lanta, Revenge of the heros»   

The temple of Angkor Wat :  A complex three times larger than suspected

Khmer deity ninth century found his head during a rare gift

Pictures of a wonderful khmer city (by linternaute)

Angkor, The great lost civilization (by linternaute)

The temple of Preah Vihear World Heritage of Unesco :
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