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revealing the hidden, forgotten and denied story of earth.\r\nthe heart that became earth.. desiring balance and love that was lost.
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Cambodia's Temple Kingdom | The Mark Of Empire | Angkor

    ura soul

    A thousand years ago, the Angkor Empire conquered large swathes of Southeast Asia to become one of the region's greatest powers. Host Peter Lee journeys through Cambodia to learn how life in Angkor still revolves around the ebb and flow of the floodwaters that come with the yearly monsoons, and how the ancient Khmer overcame the environmental challenge and became masters of engineering, building canals and reservoirs to act as flood defences and irrigation channels to boost their rice harvests. The Khmer also built a network of roads to exert their authority far and wide, and created a social system of education, taxation, and even healthcare that revolved around temples. Peter visits the Angkor Empire's crowning glory Angkor Wat the world's largest religious monument to see how it was built, and how intricate carvings detailing life a thousand years ago are linked with a modern Cambodian tradition.For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! https://cna.asia/insideryoutubesub==========================================================About the series: Host Peter Lee explores the history of four Southeast Asian empires that made their mark on the world. Travelling from Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia to Indonesia, Peter explores ancient ruins, epic legends and vibrant traditions to chart the rise and fall of four distinct empires, and how their legacy still shapes cultures and identities in the region today==============================================================#cnainsider #cnainsiderdocumentaries #cnamarkofempireFollow CNA INSIDER on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnainsider/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnainsider/Website: https://cna.asia/cnainsider