Phnom Bakheng Conservation Master Plan Vol. 1

Describes the outcome of a project launched in 2004 by World Monuments Fund and the U.S. Department of State to promote the conservation of Phnom Bakheng, a 10th century mountain temple located in the historic city of Angkor, in Cambodia. The result was a comprehensive master plan guided by a concern for the significance of the site. Meant as a working tool for the custodians of the temple, the report formulates a set of policies for conservation that take into account the aspects of landscape, climate, geology, ecology, topography, and tourism.

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