When did Angkor Wat became a World Heritage Site?


When did Angkor Wat became a World Heritage Site?

Angkor Wat:

Angkor Wat is a temple complex at Angkor Thom, which is in the modern nation of Cambodia. It is a very large site; the entire site at Angkor is about 400 square kilometers in size.

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The geography of Southeast Asian nations has impacted the development of their civilizations significantly. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of being surrounded by water and mountainous terrain as well as the historical influence of China and India on Southeastern Asian countries due to their location along trade routes between them.

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