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  2. Cambodia Town, Long Beach, California - Wikipedia,_Long_Beach...

    Cambodia Town (also known as Little Phnom Penh or Little Cambodia) is the official name for a roughly one mile long business corridor along Anaheim Street between Atlantic and Junipero avenues in the Eastside of Long Beach, California. [1] The area has numerous Cambodian restaurants, clothing stores, jewelry stores, and donut shops, as well as ...

  3. Khmer architecture - Wikipedia

    Khmer temples were typically enclosed by a concentric series of walls, with the central sanctuary in the middle; this arrangement represented the mountain ranges surrounding Mount Meru, the mythical home of the gods. Enclosures are the spaces between these walls, and between the innermost wall and the temple itself.

  4. Khmer Empire - Wikipedia

    The Khmer empire produced numerous temples and majestic monuments to celebrate the divine authority of Khmer kings. Khmer architecture reflects the Hindu belief that the temple was built to recreate the abode of Hindu gods , Mount Meru , with its five peaks and surrounded by seas represented by ponds and moats.

  5. Phnom Chisor - Wikipedia

    133 m (436 ft) Phnom Chisor ( Khmer: ភ្នំជីសូរ, Phnum Chisor [pʰnom ciːsoː]; "Chisor Mountain") is a 133-metres high mountain in Dok Por village, Rovieng commune, Samraŏng District, Takéo Province, Cambodia. It lies about 42 km south of Phnom Penh. The Ministry of Culture and Fine Art are preparing documents to nominate ...

  6. Traditional Khmer Housing - Wikipedia

    The Traditional Khmer Housing refers to the construction and assigned usage of houses or buildings by the Khmer people since the ancient time and evolved until today. In Cambodia, there are many Khmer style houses that are built in different ways depending on hierarchy and purposes. In special terms, the house is a symbol of prosperity in the ...

  7. Khmer language - Wikipedia

    Khmer (/ k ə ˈ m ɛər /; ខ្មែរ, UNGEGN: Khmêr) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by the Khmer people, and the official and national language of Cambodia. Khmer has been influenced considerably by Sanskrit and Pali, especially in the royal and religious registers, through Hinduism and Buddhism.