Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

temple near Angkor Wat that is overgrown by trees and moss

Location: 

Unnamed Road, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

Duration: 

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Ta Prohm: most impressive temples next to Angkor Wat, overgrown by trees
  2. Angkor Tom: part of the former Khmer capital that was abandoned in in 1500
  3. Nature: centuries after the temple was abandoned, nature is claiming it back
  4. Tourists: packed with foreigners trying to get the best photo or selfie
  5. Tomb Raider: famous filming site of one of the Lara Croft movies

Image sources

  1. Studying the Ta Prohm temple
  2. Decorative column with a Dinosaur!
  3. Entrance with stones lying around
  4. Huge roots of a tree in the temple
  5. How the place looks in reality!

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