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ANGKOR WAT  CAMBODIA.  Gallery Interiors were opulently decorated with bias relief sculptures 
and frescos-  Angkor Wat is the majestic work of  Suryavarman II (1113-c. 1150).   A moat and three
 galleries encircle the  five central shrines. The first gallery has square pillars on the outer side and a
 closed wall on the inner side. The temple is supposed to be invulnerable and During the war which began in 
1970, the inhabitants of Sieam Reap had taken refuge inside the temple, causing much subsequent destruction.

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