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The structures of Bayon were built by King Jayavarman VII of Angkor in the late 12th Century to represent Mount Meru, the centre of the universe in Hindu and Buddhist cosmology. 216 serene faces embodying the blissful state of Nirvana are carved into 54 towers embossed with ancient depictions, located at the heart of Angkor Thom, the last capital city of the Khmer Empire. The temple honours its Buddhist roots and reflects the rich history and culture of present-day Cambodia.


Referenced from photographs Viray has taken during her travels, as she is an avid photographer/photography enthusiast. 


Size: 25 x 25cm
Material: Gloss satin stock, 350gsm
Printed by: Campus Colour, Adelaide

Bayon Temples

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