Cambodia's Phnom Penh Independence Square, also known as Modika Square, is located in the center of the city not far from the Phnom Penh Palace, which is accessible on foot. The square is not big, but it is well-planned and vigorous. It has green lawns, spacious and clean roads and beautiful surroundings. Near Independence Square are many luxury villas of senior Cambodian officials, including Prime Minister Hun Sen's residence. In the center of the square is an independent monument to a seven-storey tower with unique features. Responding to the Independent Memorial is the bronze statue monument of Sihanouk.
The square near the Independence Monument is broad and quiet, and has now become a place for people to rest and trade in Phnom Penh. The Independent Monument is in the middle of a circular intersection. It needs to cross the road to visit it. However, there are no traffic lights. Be careful when crossing the road. The Monument to Independence was built to commemorate Cambodia's secession from French colonial rule. It is carved with 100 leading statues symbolizing the spirit of Cambodia, representing 100% of the independent state power.
Phnom Penh Independent Square is located in the center of Phnom Penh City. There are many famous scenic spots around it, such as the Phnom Penh Palace. It is long and wide. There are lawns on the square. There are sidewalks. The lawns and sidewalks are mutually wrong. Every night, many citizens and travelers go to the square for a walk, a sit-down, a play and so on. This is the leisure advantage of Phnom Penh citizens and travelers. The police patrol with live ammunition makes it quite safe. There are independent monuments and Sihanouk monuments on the square. Free, don't miss it.
On the last day, we stayed at the 4-star hotel beside Independence Square in Phnom Penh. In the afternoon, we visited Independence Square. Independence Square has an independent monument. It was built in 1953 after breaking away from French colonial rule. There is also a bronze statue of Sihanouk in the square.
independence square is tuhe best park in Phnom Penh where we can relax and do jogging there.
Independence Square is located in the center of Phnom Penh. On the square stands the Independence Monument and the bronze statue of Sihanouk Memorial. When we went, Princess Sirinton of Thailand had just left after paying homage to her. The Thai flag and red carpet on the square had not yet been put away. Squares and monuments are commemorative of the heroes who died for Cambodia's independence and national liberation, similar to our people's Heroes Monument in Tiananmen Square.
When we came to Independence Square, we saw another picture of leisure and ease. people in twos or threes chat with melon seeds, or sit on a stone bench to rest, or walk side by side around the square, or stand in a fixed position to stretch. Some children chase and play with each other, others with their families, seemingly want to participate in the conversation between adults, and five or six shuttlecock kickers in circles. The vendors also talked and laughed with each other, and did not shout and sell. Some people would come naturally if they wanted to buy. Apart from a statue of Prince Sihanouk, there are no large buildings or tall stone pillars in the square. It is like a huge isolation cover, which filters out the noise of the surrounding roads and leaves the vast space for people to relax and quiet. The square itself, because of the participation of people, becomes lively and lively.
Independence Square is a new landmark in Phnom Penh. Located at the center of the island at the junction of Norodom Avenue and West Hanock Avenue. A monument to independence stands high in the center. In front is the Statue of Norodom Sihanouk. We can only look and take pictures when standing here. There was no pedestrian passage between the street and the island. Traffic is so heavy that you can't cross the road to the center of the island to view the Sihanouk memorial statue in front of it.