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Beng Mealea

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River bed terrace where sandstone was chiseled out to form the building blocks of the Beng Mealea temple. Frieze over a doorway inside the Beng Mealea temple. Enclosure wall hosts a mat of roots. Gallery of the inner enclosure with the roof semi-collapsed and home to trees. Tower and gallery collapsed. Offices of the Cambodia People’s Party in the village. Detail of an ancient bas relief. Houses and roadside shop with bored shop attendant in the village. Detail of an ancient bas relief. Offices of the Cambodian People’s Party in the village. Detail of the eastern enclosure wall windows. View along a wall ravaged by the jungle, and yes, it does actually lean outwards. Wall of an inner enclosure, there was a galley along here but now collapsed. Roadside houses in the village. Prickly pear flower. Amongst the rubble, half section of a bas relief. Like human hands, a tree grips a masonry block. Stone carving of a turtle. Roots, having passed the balustered window, splay out. Cordoned off, light string marks do not enter, danger. Spider web of roots down the wall of an enclosure. Entrance through outer enclosure gallery closed by fallen masonry and tree, which is gripping the bas relief door post. Looking in to the south entrance to the inner sanctuary along a causeway, now taken over by trees. Ancient frieze close up over a doorway and a joint being prised apart by a root. Vaulted roof of a gallery has fallen away, now replaced by a tree. Bas relief corner, construction over 800 years old, good job!

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