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Notes on the Geography of Cambodia (Angkor): Monuments in Angkor Thom: Photo 17

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There isn't anything left of the royal palace itself, despite the fact that it covered about 30 acres within a rectangle measuring about 250 by 600 meters. The most spectacular vestige of this mostly wooden complex is its eastern edge, which borders the road north from the Bayon to the city's north gate and forms a terrace carved with single- and triple-headed elephants.

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