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Angkor free pdf Once the spiritual centres of ancient Khmer cities, the temples of Angkor reflect - with consummate artistry - the rise and fall of an empire, and the enduring patterns of Khmer life. Lost to the world when overwhelmed by jungle in the 14th century - and, more recently, when occupied by Pol Pot's brutal regime - the temples of Angkor are now being reclaimed by the people of Cambodia, and by the travellers and archaeologists from across the world.

About Trea Wiltshire

Trea Wiltshire was born in China, grew up in Africa and has worked as a journalist in the United Kingdom, Australia and Hong Kong. She has written books on China, Bali, the Seychelles and the wine region of Margaret River. Trea lives in Perth where she edits UNIVIEW, a magazine for The University of Western Australia.

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Author : Trea Wiltshire
Publisher : Formasia Books Ltd
Data Published : 22 June 2006
ISBN : 9627283754
EAN : 9789627283751
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 172 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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