Archaeologists discover previously unknown sites in Cambodia.
World Exclusive Mahendraparvata, Cambodia
University of Sydney Professor Damien Evans leads several teams of archaeologists in the Siem Reap region to discover previously unknown sites including the discovery of an entire Angkor city where previously only a few isolated temples were known to be. The holy plateau region known as Phnom Kulen was also one of the last holdouts of the Khmer Rouge and is still heavily landmined with many of the ex Khmer Rouge villagers bearing the scars of mine injuries.
These exclusive photographs were taken by Sydney Morning Herald photographer Nick Moir.
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