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Amalgamation of Nature and the Temple of Ta Prohm
Cambodia

No setting is as evocative of peace and harmony with nature as the ancient temple of Ta Prohm where they have become one. 

To avoid the crowds, try to time your visit either very early in the morning or just before dusk.

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Uploaded: 27/06/2013
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