Cambodia signs Angkor deal with UNESCO
Published on Sep 7, 2012
Cambodia and UNESCO have signed a deal for the restoration of the Angkor temple complex. The two-year project will focus on the restoration of the moat embankment at the main Angkor Wat temple, Xinhua reported officials as saying. The work, which marks the second phase of a broader preservation project, is expected to cost US$250,000, jointly funded by the Cambodia and Italian governments. Angkor archeological park was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1992.
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