When I was at the California Science Museum in Los Angeles, I was able to see the exhibit- Angkor-The Lost Empire of Cambodia. Angkor was the capital of the Khmer Kingdom which lasted from 9th to the 15th century. By the late 16th century, it was no more and experts have been trying to figure out what happened. It was really cool to see artifacts from it:
What awesome artifacts.ReplyDelete
What a great exhibit! So cool!ReplyDelete
That was an interesting exhibit you saw and I enjoyed looking at the photos of the statues.ReplyDelete
You can definitely see the Asian influence, those are something different.ReplyDelete
What a great exhibit. Angkor has a fascinating history - I also can't help but notice the combined influences from the north and west (e.g., India, China, Nepal, etc.).ReplyDelete
An exhibit I'd love to see. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
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It was a beautiful culture. Thank you.ReplyDelete
I love this kind of exhibitions full of history.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing these images. Very interesting artifacts.
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What an interesting gallery I enjoyed those :-)ReplyDelete
Have an artifacttastic week 👍
Siem Reap was one of my favourite places in the world - the town as much as Angkor Wat.ReplyDelete
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It's amazing to think about the artists who sculpted these statues so many, many years ago. Looks like a wonderful museum exhibit.ReplyDelete
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Awesome exhibit! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Looks like a really interesting exhibition. I have been to Thailand but never managed to visit Cambodia.ReplyDelete
Empires gone is so strange. Nice they have the exhibit. Thanks for sharing. I just keep learning new things from your blog. :)ReplyDelete
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