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kitchen_baharat #tbt First meal in #PhnomPenh... We wanted amok fish but our tour guide friend wanted #pizza! Although we were bummed, it was #delicious #freshoutoftheoven #nomnom 43min

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kitchen_baharat #tbt first sights of #Cambodia - the #struggle and #triumph of this nation is real. #PhnomPenh
#nightlights
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Normal Linda, Norwegian Traveller
  •   jkewish You made it! Have an excellent trip. 11min

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lady_oz88 I spent an emotional day exploring the killing fields and the S-21 prison around Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It's so hard to even put into words the horror of the history I saw today. The killing fields were built to foster a genocide during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975-1979 against all educated, city-dwelling, handicapped, foreign people. This was essentially spread over a whole population, resulting in the death of over 2 million people (in a country of 8 million). I saw trees in which children were beaten against, mass graves where bones were still pushing through the dirt, and looked into the faces of the skulls lining the memorial wall. It was truly humbling, a harsh reminder of what humans are capable of, and further proof that these events are far from over. This was as recent as 1975 and there are still mass killings and genocides happening worldwide today. The victims are ordinary people. It was an important visit. After that, I saw the S-21 prison, where a lot of people were kept before going to the killing field. They were tortured until they admitted to crimes they never committed, kept in tiny cells that still have blood on the floor to this day, and then herded into trucks to be executed. It was all horrifying, but again I will stress how important it is for such things to be public knowledge so we can take steps to battle against it when they come back in the future. STOP CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY!!! #phnompenh #cambodia #asia #genocide #history #culture #sad #society #KhmerRouge #travel #fernweh #wanderlust #adventure #explore #traveller #globetrotter #eyeopener #killingfields #killingtree #igers #igersasia #picoftheday #life #instadaily #destination #hope #children #educate #edm #truth 4h

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Valencia André Lopes d'Oliveira
rtwandre No #camboja não há nada sagrado que não tenha uma quantidade absurda de ornamentos brilhantemente pormenorizados. Esta entrada de um templo em #phnompenh é um bom exemplo disso. 4h

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Normal Belle Nethercott
rbnethercott Streetfoods, my forever comfort food #phnompenh 5h

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crashtyler Spots to be a digimad (digital nomad) in #Phnompenh #Cambodia #Asia, city of cafes, #glomad (global #nomad) #wanderlust #travel #traveling #travelphotography #instagood #instagood. Quit the day job. 5h

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quoolcity Take a stroll down Sisowath Quay in Phnom Penh and watch the city life go by. One of the best places to experience living as a local, with many good restaurants, coffee houses, and happy pizzas along the quayside #phnompenh #travelcambodia #cambodia #sisowathquay #quoolcity 5h

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linasur Behind this sign is the mass grave of 450 victims during the Khmer Rouge era. The victims were interogated and tortured at S21 - a school that turned a jail, and finally sent to the killing fields as their last stop #killingfields #khmerrouge #khmer #phnompenh #cambodia #history #massgrave #cambodiatrip #yolo #travel #adventure 5h

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