A Border Monument
Near Thailand

With its edged position on top of a cliff and solidly holding position since the first stone was laid in the 9th century, Preah Vihear is a photographer’s dream.
A border dispute between Cambodia and neighbouring Thailand resulted in the temple not deemed suitable for visit. Yet, with its location 625 metres above sea level, much of its ancient carvings and stone outlines remain intact and has earned is place in UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 2008.
Why a photographer’s dream? Just stay one night nearby and watch the sun rise…

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