Silver Pagoda, also known as the Silver Temple, is located next to the palace. It is a temple-style building, in fact, a royal family temple. The most famous of the Silver Buddha Temple is that its main hall floor is paved with 532 pure silver bricks weighing 1.125 kg each, totaling 6 tons. At the same time, the temple has a jade Buddha statue more than half a meter high, carved with the whole emerald; a respectful 90 kg gold Buddha with 9584 diamonds on its body and a 25-carat diamond on its chest, which is the largest. It is said that the face of this golden Buddha is modeled on the face of King Sisova. In addition, there are Silver Buddha, Bronze Buddha, many valuable works of art and precious souvenirs presented to the King of Cambodia by world leaders. Friends can imagine that these are not allowed to take pictures.
Out of the palace gate, through the path between the two walls, came to the Silver Palace. First of all, the large murals painted on the wall corridor, these colorful murals by 40 artists, after ten years of painstaking efforts to complete, there are war scenes, market life, dragon boat races and so on, are regarded as treasures by Cambodians! The most luxurious palace in the palace is the Silver Palace. The interior floor of the palace is paved with 1.125 kilograms of silver bricks, totaling 5,329 pieces, weighing 5 tons. In the center of the temple, there is a self-respecting 18K golden Buddha statue created in memory of King Sisova. The Buddha is inlaid with 9584 diamonds. The largest diamond reaches 25 carats. It is hard to imagine how rich Cambodia once was. In the courtyard of the Silver Palace, there is the ashes tower of King Norodom and King Anton. To the southwest, there is a small ashes tower of Princess Gandapa, the daughter of Sihanouk. Gandapahua, Sihanouk's beloved daughter, died of leukemia at the age of four. There is also a French-style building in the courtyard. It is a bronze statue of horseback riding presented to King Norodom by King Napoleon III of France. Near the exit of the Silver Hall, there is a model of Little Angkor, which is very elaborate in workmanship. It reminds us of the beauty of Angkor Wat again! ________
The national Buddhist temple is situated next to the Royal palace. Inside the hall, the ground is paved with silver and the statue of Buddha is made of gold, so it is called Jinyingge Temple. All the things offered in the hall are national treasures, and visitors come in endlessly.
The Silver Pagoda-Wat Preah Keo Morokat or Temple of the Emerald Buddha are at the 17th place of the scenic spot distribution map. Silver Hall is a Buddhist temple building. The floor of the Silver Hall is named for its 5,000 silver tiles. Inside, there is a statue of Jade Buddha and other royal treasures. When you get here, you need to take off your shoes and enter. You can't make a noise or take pictures. Therefore, only the appearance can be photographed.
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The Silver Palace adjacent to the south side of the palace is the place where the royal family holds Buddhist rituals. The floor is made of 5329 square silver bricks about 20 centimeters long, so the temple is called "Silver Hall". The most striking thing about stepping inside the Silver Hall is the central Buddha statue with a golden crown.
Phnom Penh, Royal Palace and Silver Palace, there was an American movie on the bus when it came, but all the dubbing was a female voice. It was so sad to hear that I met a group of square dancing aunts on the Mekong Road at night. Today, I heard the Cambodian version of the spring on the bus. Mv saw me laughing.