In the Siem Reap region, present-day Cambodia, we find the heart of the ancient Khmer empire that dominated the entire region of Indochina in the 12th to 14th centuries. There are thousands of square kilometers with temples, bridges, sacred lakes and a spiritual atmosphere reproducing the cosmological concepts of Hinduism and Buddhism full of transcendent meaning. The Angkor Wat Temple is a giant mandala, and without a doubt, one of the wonders of the world that we can visit today. However, it is just one of the many points of interest in this region, sacred by the spiritual strength of a great civilization, which has left us countless messages inscribed on the stone, which we will decipher and which we will approach through its Mount Meru.
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