Also know as pink temple, build in 12 century and the stone carbing are perfect. incredibel place and witnes of the Kmer empire beauty
1. This year (March 28-April 1) Jianquan and I started a 5-day tour in Cambodia. One of the key attractions is the Queen's Palace. I toured the Queen's Palace for an hour and a half with great interest, and generally felt that the attraction was very attractive. 2. The Queen's Palace has nothing to do with the Queen. The Queen's Palace was built in 967. It was built during the reign of the Angkor Dynasty, under the reign of Hanyebama V. Its original name is quot; Shiva Palace is quot; and one of the three pagodas is Shiva, who worships Brahmanism in India. The three major Hindu Brahmanic gods are Brahman (the God of the universe) and Vishnu (the God of protection and Shiva (the God of destruction). 3. There is a legend that the Queen's Palace is the name given to the temple by the French. After the French discovered the remains of Angkor in 1860, they colonized Cambodia three years later for 90 years, and Cambodia became an independent country after it broke away from French rule in 1953. 4. The Queen's Palace was listed on the World Heritage Protection List by UNESCO in 1992. The highlights and highlights of the Queen's Palace are as follows: (see figure below). First, it is one of the most complete ancient temple buildings in the whole Angkor series. The second is the only one in Angkor site built with pink sandstone. These colorful red sandstone stones are easy to carve complex and delicate patterns. In most Angkor sites, the building stones are mostly blue (gray) sandstone. Third, the Queen's Palace is full of beautiful reliefs. These relief works of art are the most exquisite and delicate in Angkor ruins, enjoying the reputation of Angkor Art Diamond and so on. (See figure below)
There are no words to describe how big and magnificent this temple is! It is very impressive and huge! I am happy to have seen it!
The Queen's Palace is my favorite temple in the Angkor monument group, where Shiva and Vishnu are worshipped. It is a small monastery 400 meters long with a wall. It is a small but highly artistic monument. It is worth visiting slowly. The outer walls of the Queen's Palace are made of red sandstone and red clay. When entering from the East Gate, Linga-shaped stone pillars are arranged on both sides of the red clay worship road. The best time to visit the Queen's Palace is in the morning when the monument is illuminated by sunlight, which is like a burning flame. Although we went to the Queen's Palace in the afternoon, there was a heavy rain on the way. After the rain, the bright red color of the Queen's Palace became more striking and was said to be the most beautiful moment. The Queen's Palace is full of exquisite carvings. One of the walled towers and its carvings are considered the most beautiful. They are printed on 50 Riel notes. The sculpture traces depicting Indian mythology here are deep, and the beauty of sculpture is outstanding even in Angkor monuments, and the preservation is excellent. There is also a little story about the Queen's Palace. There was once a writer, Andrea Marlowe, who stole the statue of the goddess on the wall of the palace and was arrested when he was transported abroad. Later, he wrote the novel King's Way with this incident, and the statue became a well-known statue on the record. The statue is called the Mona Lisa of the East. Now, in order to protect the historic sites, the central hall has pulled up ropes, although long-distance viewing, still feel that the beauty of this place is suffocating, should be the ancient poem quot; there are beautiful women, living in the valley .
The Queen's Palace is one of the most beautiful ancient sites in Cambodia and one of the most worthwhile scenic spots to visit. The Queen's Palace is actually a monastery. Its sense of space is astonishing, which is when the Emperor gave a monk the equivalent of a hermit temple. From the aerial view of the Angkor complex, we can see that compared with the overall area, including the length of the approach, the building itself gives a feeling of a word - "empty". The "empty" is a part that human beings can not reach yet. It surrounds the temple entity with a large "empty" and quotes Lao Tzu's philosophy that "existence and non-existence are interrelated". The existence and non-existence, the empty and the real are actually two entireties. While modern architecture is being built, it is hoped that more and more entities will come into being, and so will our family. The "empty" is gradually forgotten, and the "empty" part is to help you find the existence of "you". When you get to the center, there will be a phenomenon of doors on all sides. Looking closely, you can see the Naga snake stirring the Milky sea. If you pass through every door, that door will tell you that the universe is still stirring, life is endless, and every door is a hint of religion.
The gray tone of the Queen's Palace is quite different from that of other temples in Angkor Wat. It is built with red clay and the whole site glows with beautiful vermilion. Many walls of the Queen's palace have collapsed, leaving only a few doorframes, with a large number of frames. They are simply natural frames. They are constantly seeking pictures. "art value". Queen's palace is one of the most outstanding works of the ancient Khmer sculpture, built for red sandstone. Its architecture is famous for its small, exquisite, magnificent and famous. Fame. The walls, pillars and lintels of the Queen's Palace are almost entirely covered with reliefs without any space. The Queen's Palace relief knife worker is smooth and delicate, the shape is complex and round, the lines are delicate and soft, the color is bright and charming, among all Angkor relief, is the first, known as "Angkor Art Drill". Among them, Abdullah is graceful in posture, as well as Abdullah relief sculpture in Angkor Monastery. If you have seen the Tomb Raider, you will be impressed. Laura falls into the underground mysterious space of Tablon Monastery. There is a play against the resurrected stone statues, which are Hanuman. Here in the Queen's Palace, the gatekeeper is the monkey god.
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.
One of the most important scenic spots in Angkor is the small and approachable scale of the Queen's Palace, which is extremely luxurious and complicated. A Japanese tour group translated Apsala into Mona Lisa [Smile] There are also domestic tourists who questioned the mini of the Palace. In fact, the Queen's Palace is a gift from the king to the retired state teacher. The place where the senior monks keep quiet in their old age is not the transliteration of Bandisere. Imperial Palace. Recommended to take Mr. Jiang Xun's Angkor's Beauty to Angkor
From the details, the sculptors of the Queen's Palace are so delicate that they are almost like Ivory carvings, but they are stone carvings. These sculptures were also the first to touch the French people, when they bumped into the jungle by mistake, and saw such beautiful sculptures, they were completely shocked, because they were very arrogant white people at that time.
In fact, the Queen's Palace has nothing to do with the Queen. This is a misunderstanding. French people think it was the former Queen's residence because of its beautiful architecture and its small size. This is a place built by a teacher. The place given to him by the king is a place of practice. The sculpture is exquisite and delicate. It should be called Bantislay. Located 21 km northeast of Angkor. (also known as the Queen's Palace) was built in the tenth century, in 967 AD during the Roman Fifth Dynasty of Gayawa, where the "Shiva" worshiped one of the three main gods of Brahmanism. The stone of this ancient temple is a beautiful pink picture. The sculptor of this temple mural is the most exquisite and delicate among all the Angkor monuments. The most admirable thing is that the creator can carve hard stones like carved wood into delicate and delicate works with distinct layers. No matter the lintel of the door or the stone wall or the window lattice, they are meticulous, ingenious and wonderful. Stone sculptures are the best among all temples in Angkor, and they are also the peak works of Cambodian art. They have the reputation of "Angkor Art Diamond". The sculptures here are very beautiful.