Tag Archives: Phnom Penh

Photo:Phnom Penh…view of the Tonle Sap River from the Foreign Correspondents Club

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Photo:The National Museum in Phnom Penh…filled with the sculpture from Angkor Wat.

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The Killing Fields of Cambodia

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After a day of visiting Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum the next step was to visit Choeung Ek….the Killing Fields. This was the final destination for the detainees of S-21 located about 15 miles outside of Phnom Penh When I walked more »

Photo: The Royal Palace….Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Phnom Penh…..a trail of blood and tears

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It is day two of my visit to Phnom Penh and I start out at Psar Toul Tom Poung which is also known as the Russian Market from the old days during the Vietnamese occupation when cheap goods flooded the more »

Photo: Finding a patch of shade to escape the sun in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Photo: Monk gives blessing while trying to stay cool in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia….a city of contrast shaped by a bloody past.

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I have been looking forward to coming to Cambodia for quite a while and realized as I headed out that I knew very little about the country and its people.  If you are a baby boomer like me, the bombing more »

Photo: In Phnom Penh, Cambodia Children play in front of the Royal Palace

Posted ago by Larry Bosco