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6月 21 2009

Ta Prohm Ruins

Published by at 21:24 under Photo of the Day

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/ta-prohm-ruins-pod.html

Ta Prohm Ruins

Photograph by Robert Clark

This Month in Photo of the Day: Travel and Culture Photos

Strangler fig trees and creeping lichens devour ruins at Ta Prohm, once home to hundreds of monks. To build their magnificent complexes, Angkor’s feudal rulers relied on revenue generated by rice growing.

See more photographs from the June 2008 feature story "Angkor Wat."

 

译文:

塔布隆寺遗址

摄影:Robert Clark

本月每日一图的主题是:旅游与文化照片

寄生无花果树和遍地的苔藓吞噬了曾经是数百名僧侣家园的塔布隆寺遗址。吴哥的封建统治者依靠农作物税的收入来建造他们富丽堂皇的建筑群。



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