Cambodia Pavilion

Updated: 2010-04-08 14:55
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Cambodia Pavilion

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Pavilion Features

The pavilion fully embodies Cambodia's sense of cultural heritage protection with its three historical periods: Angkor Period, Odongk Period and Pnom-Penh Period. These three periods have witnessed the development of Cambodia since its establishment to its modernization today, with rich culture, art, historical relics and abundant natural resources.

Pavilion Highlights

Highlight 1: Stone-built Architecture in the Angkor Period

Traditional techniques for building royal monasteries, temples, roads, bridges, reservoirs and hospitals by ancient Cambodians are displayed in the Angkor Period. Highlight 2: History of City Construction in the Odongk Period

In this period visits can witness how Cambodians constructed their cities with timber.

Highlight 3: Legend of Pnom-Penh

Present how Cambodians built their capital of Pnom-Penh with cement, gravel and sand and the legend of how the city got its name.


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