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    Angkor National Museum
    #968, Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Khoum Salakanseng, Khom Svaydangkum, Siem Reap
    During the Golden Era of the Khmer Empire, one of the most remarkable ancient civilizations of this world was developing. It is the origin of Khmer art, culture and architecture. This great invention became one of the few wonders of the world that still amazes people throughout generations and still has a great impact in present Cambodia society. Angkor National Museum takes pride in revealing the royal historical path of the Khmer Empire through state of the art multimedia technology that comprehensively provides visitors a full pictorial story of the legend. A tour of the museum will be pleasurable for both visitors who have a good understanding of the ancient Khmer civilization and visitors who do not have any background of the ancient Khmer Empire.
    Cambodia Landmine Museum
    67, Cambodia
    We strive to educate our visitors of the importance of clearing landmines in Cambodia. With potentially 5,000,000 still in the ground, landmines have immensely impacted the history and culture of this amazing society. Our collection of thousands of landmines is impressive. What is even more impressive is the story of the one Khmer man, Aki Ra, who disarmed the majority of these landmines alone.
    National Museum of Cambodia សារមន្ទីរជាតិកម្ពុជា
    On Street 13, next to the Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
    National Museum in Phnom Penh is the most important repository of Khmer artifacts in the country. Over 5000 objects are on display including Angkorian era statues, lingas and other artifacts, most notably the legendary statue of the ‘Leper King’ from Siem Reap and an enormous 11th century bronze Vishnu. Though the emphasis is on Angkorian artifacts, there is also a good collection of pieces from later periods, including an exhibition of post-Angkorian Buddha figures.
    The Cambodia Peace Gallery
    Ksach Poy Village, 7 km along road to Wat Banan, Battambang
    The Cambodia Peace Gallery opened on October 23, 2018 as a unique space for sharing, learning and reflecting on Cambodia’s journey from war towards peace and a positive future. Exhibits highlight the resilience and creativity of peacebuilding initiatives to rebuild the country following 3 decades of violence. The Peace Gallery offers a range of peace education programs tailored to university groups, peace practitioners, and tour groups, including guided tours and multi-day experiential learning trips to go deeper into peacebuilding and reconciliation in Cambodia.
    Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
    St. 113, Boeung Keng Kang III, Chamkarmorn Phnom Penh
    The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is the memorial site of the S-21 interrogation and detention center of the Khmer Rouge regime. Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, it preserves a tragic period in history with the aim to encourage visitors to be messengers of peace.
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