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Lecture at 14 Elm
UNESCO describes Angkor, in Cambodia’s northern province of Siem Rep, thus: “…one of the most important architectural sites of Southeast Asia. It extends over approximately 400 square kilometres and consists of scores of temples, hydraulic structures … as well as communication routes…. Temples such as Angkor Wat, the Bayon, Preah Khan and Ta Prohm, exemplars of Khmer architecture, are closely linked to their geographical context as well as being imbued with symbolic significance. Angkor is therefore a major site exemplifying cultural, religious and symbolic values, as well as containing high architectural, archaeological and artistic significance.” This talk will draw on the presenter’s recent voyage to Southeast Asia.