Cambodia: Phnom Penh

Okay, here’s the last of the photos from our December trip to Cambodia. These are from Phnom Penh and environs.

Be forewarned: some of these are of the Tuol Sleng S-21 Genocide Museum and the Cheong Ek Killing Fields. Only one photo actually depicts anything graphic—and it’s a photo of a photo—but the most horrific acts one can imagine occurred here.

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2 responses to “Cambodia: Phnom Penh

  1. Asma

    Wonderful photos Rob!
    I lived in Phnom Penh for a semester in 2003. Your pictures make me miss it …except the smell of the Russian Market.

  2. Jeff Abell

    Thanks again for the vicarious travel, Rob: the bitter with the sweet in this batch.

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