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Preah Ang Eng [Street 13](金邊第13街), Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Phnom Penh's streets are named the number of words, the National Museum and Wat Ounalom are located in the 13th Street end of the street, on both sides of the street there are many western restaurants.

金邊的街道都以數目字命名,國家博物館和烏那隆寺就座落在第13街的街尾,街兩旁有不少西式餐廳。

Copyright: Wongchichuen
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