Located near the Royal Palace, Wat Ounalom is the most important wat in Phnom Penh. Established in 1443, it is the center of Cambodian Buddhism. The main complex houses a stupa that contains what is believed to be an eyebrow hair of Buddha and an inscription in pali.
Wat Ounalom, Moving Curtain
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Canon EOS 400D, Canon 35mm f/2 – ISO 100, 1/100 sec at f/6,3 – January 7, 2007
Google Street View, Wat Ounalom
While I couldn’t find the exact wall and window shot in this photo, you can use Google Street View to make a walk inside the enclosure of Wat Ounalom (and maybe find the exact window, but the photo was shot in 2007 and Google Maps is dated 2014, many things could have changed in 7 years!).
Video – 3:06
This is a very average but recent amateur video.
All Photos From the Blog Shot in South East Asia
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Walls, a fullscreen gallery and slideshow
The image Wat Ounalom is part of the fullscreen WALLS gallery and slideshow, select the image below to watch it.
A Black & White Portfolio, a fullscreen gallery and slideshow
The image Foreign Correspondents’ Club Rooftop is part of the fullscreen A BLACK AND WHITE PORTFOLIO gallery and slideshow. Select the image below to watch it.