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Restoring ancient monuments at Cambodia's Angkor Wat
by Guy De Launey
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20 August 2012
On 20 August 2012 BBC News reported:
Every year, millions of visitors visit the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Recently, British artist Sasha Constable was commissioned to help restore some of the lost carvings at the famous, historical site. 'It's a huge privilege,' she said. 'It was a really interesting, challenging project -- but really just a privilege.' The British artist enlisted local sculptor Chhay Saron to join her in researching -- and making -- the pieces.
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