The world's largest complex of sacred temples, Angkor, Cambodia, was a finalist in the campaign to choose the New 7 Wonders of the World.
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Angkor, Cambodia is the largest sacred temple complex in the world. Beautiful and ornate temples extend 40 miles (64 km) around the Cambodian village of Siem Reap. Ranging from simple brick towers to complicated stone structures, the temples were constructed between the 8th and 13th centuries.
The most famous temple in Angkor is Angkor Wat, a huge pyramid temple built by Suryavarman II
between 1113 and 1150.
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