Close up of stone carving at Ta Prohm temple, Angkor Wat
Intricate sandstone carvings decorate the walls of a gallery in Ta Prohm, a Buddhist temple built in the twelfth century, where more than 2700 p[riests officiated under King Jayavarman VII, in Anglkor Wat, the largest complex of religious buildings in the world.
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