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These photos, taken inside Cambodia in 1981, offer a rare glimpse into life in the sections of the country still controlled by the Khmer Rouge. Photographer:


Taken shortly before the United Nations peacekeeping force entered the country, these pictures, shot in April and May of 1991, demonstrate the condition of the country after decades of strife. Eighty-six photos. Photographer:


Twenty-five photos, taken in 1996, when Cambodia was still very much off the beaten path for tourists. Photographer:


A set of 50 photos, taken in 1999, in various locations around Cambodia. Photographer:


One hundred and twenty photos from Angkor, Phnom Penh, and other locations. Photographer:


Ten photographs taken in Khmer Rouge-held areas of Cambodia, taken in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Photos provided by


Portraits and snapshots from Khmer communities in the United States, taken mainly in the 1990s. Photographer:


Images from Angkor, including Angkor Wat, Preah Khan, Ta Prohm, Phimeanakas, and other ruins. Eighty-five photos. Photographer:


Photographs from Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Oudong, and other areas. Ninety photos. Photographer:


Photos taken in March and April, 2007, at various locations in Cambodia. Twenty-seven photos. Photographer:


Wat Munisotaram, in Hampton, Minnesota, is the most elaborate Khmer temple in the U.S. These photos were taken during the Consecration of the Buddha Image, Ceremony of Sima. Photographer:


A collection of fifteen images, taken in January 2008. Photographers: Hilary and Lee Ricketts


Five classic black-and-white images, taken by renowned photographer , in 1970. More images by Denis Cameron are available at . Photos courtesy of: Marc Cameron


Photos taken at a Khmer New Year celebration in Chicago, April 2009. Photographer: Rith Khem


Photos taken at the Khmer New Year celebration at Furama Restaurant in Chicago, and at a Buddhist ceremony at Truman College. Photographer:


Images from Khmer communities in the United States, illustrating Khmer art and culture. Photographer:

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