The Kingdom of Cambodia is a south east Asian country with a population of 13 million inhabitants. The Cambodian territory consists mostly of plains, and borders Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Cambodia's capital is the city of Phnom Penh. During the 9th and 15 centuries Cambodia was the centre of the mighty Khmer empire. Its capital was situated in Angkor, which lies near the city of Siem Reap. Angkor Wat is the most famous and best-preserved temple at the archaeological site, which nowadays is listed as a UNESCO World heritage site. After independence Cambodia went through a period of upheaval, suffering from a brutal regime and a subsequent civil war. Since then Cambodia has recovered and its economy is growing. The safety situation has also improved substantially, so that the country is now safe to travel for tourists.
Temples of Angkor photo gallery  - 250 pictures of Temples of Angkor
Phnom Penh photo gallery  - 93 pictures of Phnom Penh
250 photos of the temples of Angkor in Cambodia, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1992
93 photos of Phnom Penh, the beautiful capital of Cambodia
Siem Reap photo gallery  - 24 pictures of Siem Reap
People photo gallery  - 7 pictures of People
Sceneries and landscapes photo gallery  - 23 pictures of Sceneries and landscapes
Roads in Cambodia photo gallery  - 19 pictures of Roads in Cambodia
24 photos of the city of Siem Reap in northwestern Cambodia, the major access point to the temples of Angkor
7 photos of people in Cambodia
23 photos of landscapes and sceneries in Cambodia between the western border and Phnom Penh
19 photos of roads in Cambodia
Other images photo gallery  - 57 pictures of Other images
57 photos of Cambodia, mostly from the area around Siem Reap
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