Independence Monument

Erected in 1955, the independence Monument symbolizes Cambodian Independence regained from French colonialism in 1953. The monument is a copy of Bakong temple (the group of Roluos in the 9th century). The one hundred Nagas and snake motif can be seen in historical, cultural, archeological, and business contexts.

The Independence Monument is today used to commemorate the souls of combatants and
heroes who laid down their lives for freedom of the country.


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