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Reviewed on 14 Apr 2017

The Queen's Palace is a special existence among the huge architectural relics in Angkor Wat. The most special thing is the exquisite relief on the building surface. The relief theme is similar to that of Angkor. First, Hindu mythology includes stories in the epic "Ramayana", such as Shiva dancing, the Monkey King controversy and so on. Another theme is Khmer women. The Khmer women's relief in the Queen's Palace expresses the feminine body vividly and vividly, which can be regarded as the most beautiful relics of Angkor. Seeing the Khmer women in the Queen's Palace reminds me of the exquisite statue of the white porcelain Guanyin Master in China. In addition, the general structure of the Queen's Palace is made of red sandstone, which is unique among the Angkor Heritage Groups. In Angkor, the Queen's Palace must not be missed.

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