Killing Fields

Killing Fields

location and memorial of one of the world's most brutal genocides

Location: 

Sangkat Cheung Aek, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Duration: 

Monday, July 3, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Killing Fields: memorial and museum for the brutal genocide
  2. Khmer Rouge: ruling party of Cambodia in late 20th century
  3. Pol Pot: insane leader of the Khmer Rouge (Political Potential)
  4. Genocides: an estimated death toll of 1 to 3 million people
  5. Memorial: mostly visited by foreigners, not enough locals!

Image sources

  1. Killing tree
  2. Sculls of victims
  3. Memorial Stupa
  4. Local school children
  5. Remains in the soil

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