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TA   PROHM          Statue  of    "Guardian"     ANGKOR    WAT     AREA   TEMPLES.    
Before Much Destruction and  Devastation   in the  Wars of the 1970's.      Angkor, northwestern Cambodia, 
 Khmer kings established their capitals from the ninth to the twelfth centuries. Up to the twelfth century, 
kings were Hindu, but at the end of that century, the king, a Buddhist, built a number of temple complexes

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