Angkor Wat (1866) by Emile Gsell, albumen print, 25 x 31.5 cm. Gsell’s photographs of Angkor Wat show the state of preservation of the monument in the 1860s, despite centuries of neglect, a naga balustrade still remains upright, while the iconic towers appear largely undamaged. Many of the roofs of the courtyard galleries and rows of pillars and elaborately carved pediments also remain intact

Angkor Wat (1866) by Emile Gsell, albumen print, 25 x 31.5 cm. Gsell’s photographs of Angkor Wat show the state of preservation of the monument in the 1860s, despite centuries of neglect, a naga balustrade still remains upright, while the iconic towers appear largely undamaged. Many of the roofs of the courtyard galleries and rows of pillars and elaborately carved pediments also remain intact

Angkor Wat (1866) by Emile Gsell, albumen print, 25 x 31.5 cm. Gsell’s photographs of Angkor Wat show the state of preservation of the monument in the 1860s, despite centuries of neglect, a naga balustrade still remains upright, while the iconic towers appear largely undamaged. Many of the roofs of the courtyard galleries and rows of pillars and elaborately carved pediments also remain intact

Angkor Wat (1866) by Emile Gsell, albumen print, 25 x 31.5 cm. Gsell’s photographs of Angkor Wat show the state of preservation of the monument in the 1860s, despite centuries of neglect, a naga balustrade still remains upright, while the iconic towers appear largely undamaged. Many of the roofs of the courtyard galleries and rows of pillars and elaborately carved pediments also remain intact

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