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2014/10/17 06:34
2014/10/17 06:34
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... common: they require nerves of steel. From the 70 percent incline on the stairs of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple to the slippery rock path cascading down the side of Ecuador’s Pailon de Diablo...
2014/10/17 06:34
2014/10/17 06:34
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2014/10/16 14:54
2014/10/16 14:54
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These structures range from three to eight stories and were inspired by the geometric forms of the Angkor Wat temple. Photography By the Sleuk Rith Institute The site will feature the Sleuk Rith...
2014/10/16 04:34
2014/10/16 04:34
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Downs in 1935 and died in Cambodia three weeks ago, following a long-anticipated visit to the Angkor Wat temple. He moved to Brisbane for work as a young man and joined the Australian Labor...
2014/10/15 21:15
2014/10/15 21:15
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... and it has become one of my favourite places in the whole country. It’s home to the Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa), and is the most important spot for Sri Lanka’s...
2014/10/14 00:16
2014/10/14 00:16
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The Angkor Wat complex is popular with tourists. Inset, the plinth where the statue stood. A New Zealand woman accused of destroying a Buddha statue at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in...
2014/10/12 06:26
2014/10/12 06:26
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... of water - borrowing from the geometric forms and connected enclosures of Cambodia's famous Angkor temple complex. In a statement accompanying the designs, Ms Hadid said she hoped the complex...
2014/10/08 16:21
2014/10/08 16:21
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... well as minimally impact the environment. Google has previously mapped the pyramids of Giza, temple of Angkor Wat, Cambodia, and the Taj Mahal in India as well as the Great Barrier Reef. The...
2014/10/03 15:15
2014/10/03 15:15
18d
... pass through is so tossed with monumental rock formations as to resemble ancient ruins like Angkor Wat. We don't see a cloud for the duration of the trek. Under warm blue skies every pool in...
2014/10/02 06:17
2014/10/02 06:17
19d
... stomach dropping paths lead you to natural wonders, ancient sites and breathtaking views. Angkor Wat Temple stairs, Cambodia Legend has it that the steps were made so steep so that people...
2014/09/29 00:08
2014/09/29 00:08
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Angkor Wat Temple Stairs, Cambodia In this super-humid hotbox of Buddhist history, there’s no shame in bowing down on your hands and knees or pulling yourself up with the provided ropes to scale the...
2014/09/28 15:16
2014/09/28 15:16
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... The world's biggest religious complex, some four times the size of Vatican City, is Cambodia's Angkor Wat, built in 1150 but long lost to history. Archaeological work since the 19th century has...
2014/09/27 10:09
2014/09/27 10:09
24d
... we set sail from our fast-disappearing sandbank, was a visit to the inner sanctum of a Hindu temple where worshippers prayed for Lord Shiva. I learnt to pick tea, a crop brought to this remote...
2014/09/25 03:15
2014/09/25 03:15
26d
... reveal over 200 centuries-old paintings on the walls of one of the world's most famous Buddhist temples. Angkor Wat, with its impressive carved stone centerpiece, is the symbol of Cambodia and is...
2014/09/25 02:28
2014/09/25 02:28
26d
... tackle about 600 feet of slippery granite rocks carved into the mountainside to reach the Moon Temple at Machu Picchu. And at Yosemite National Park, you can't take a selfie at the top of Half...
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2014/09/18 13:07
2014/09/18 13:07
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... some of the world’s most recognised wonders - including Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal and Angkor Wat - the Australian War Memorial ranked an impressive No.17. “I’m not a great one for...
2014/10/17 06:34
2014/10/17 06:34
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