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Bas Relief

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Bas relief corner, construction over 800 years old, good job! Bas relief beside the east entrance to the inner enclosure of the Beng Mealea temple. Entrance through outer enclosure gallery closed by fallen masonry and tree, which is gripping the bas relief door post. Laterite tower shrine with a bas relief lintel. Bas relief of elephants and warriors at the Elephant Terrace in the Angkor Thom complex. Bas relief of an Apsara dancer. Friezes on the western entrance gallery of Beng Mealea temple. Most of a frieze on the western entrance gallery of Beng Mealea temple, the jungle has reclaimed the rest. Seemingly surreal; a tree draped over a gallery at Ta Prohm. Elepants, warriors and lions at the Elephant Terrace in the Angkor Thom complex. Ancient frieze close up over a doorway and a joint being prised apart by a root. The north wing and corner tower of the eastern gallery of enclosure II of Angkor Wat. It is amazing to see this ancient structure still standing supporting huge trees. An inner tower of Ta Prohm in relatively good condition. Frieze over a door in the outer enclosure western entrance gallery of Beng Mealea temple. View towards the west through the outer wall at the western entrance of Ta Prohm. Gallery at the eastern entrance to Angkor Wat. Entrance tower (collapsed) and gallery to the inner sanctuary of the Prasat Thom temple. North eastern courtyard between Ta Prohm enclosures III and II. Entranceway tower through the outer wall of Banteay Kdei. Bas relief carvings on the walls of a library in the grounds of Angkor Wat. Looking out from the central sanctuary to the rubble blocked eastern entrance of Ta Prohm. Weathered bas relief of an Apsara dancer in the western gallery of Bayon in the Angkor Thom complex. Buddha image revered amongst the rubble in the central sanctuary at Ta Prohm. Bas relief or stone carving, in a niche on a gallery wall. Warriors and combat bas relief in the western gallery of Bayon in the Angkor Thom complex. Large lintel frieze on the top of Prasat Thom pyramid temple where there once was a large Linga. Weathered bas reliefs at the Elephant Terrace in the Angkor Thom complex. Bas relief on the wall of the gallery of enclosure III of Ta Prohm, partially defaced by looters. Bas reliefs at the Elephant Terrace in the Angkor Thom complex.

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