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Cambodia
   has this flag:   

K
   is the international car registration for   
Cambodia
K for Kampuchea, a commonly-used former name for Cambodia.
Cambodia
   has the capital   
Phnom Penh
After King Ponhea Yat abandoned Angkor in 1422, he founded his new capital and five wats at Phnom Penh. Later kings moved the capital several times and the city did not become the permanent seat of government until 1866. On April 17, 1975, Phnom Penh fell to the Khmer Rouge and was completely evacuated. People began to return in 1979 and have been rebuilding ever since.
Cambodia
   uses the   
Riel
Riel (KHR). In many areas however, especially Phnom Penh and Angkor, the US dollar is the (unofficial) currency used. Riel are only used for amounts under $1.
Khmer
   is an official language of   
Cambodia
.kh
   internet domain is used by   
Cambodia
Cambodia
   has the anthem   
Nokoreach
King Norodom Sihamoni
   is Head of State of   
Cambodia
Cambodia
   can be described as   
"A New Dawn"
Bokator
   originated in   
Cambodia
Angkor Wat
   is situated in   
Cambodia
Abondoned in 1431
Cambodia
   has the mark   
XU
Angkor Wat
   is situated in   
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Beauty & Sanctity; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
Cambodia
   is situated in   
Asia
Cambodia
   has the national animal   
Giant Ibis
The Killing Fields (1984)
   was set in   
Cambodia
Sam Waterston, Haing S. Ngor, John Malkovich
Cambodia
   gained independence in   
1953
9 November. France
Siem Reap Airways
   is based in   
Cambodia
Royal Khmer Airlines
   is based in   
Cambodia
National flag carrier
Cambodia
   has the National Tree   
Palmyra Palm
Cambodia
   has the National Plant   
Chicken-egg Banana
Fruit
Laos
   lies to the north of   
Cambodia
Le Royal
   is situated in   
Cambodia
Phnom Pehn. Somerset Maugham stayed here, as did Jackie Kennedy, Andre Malraux and Charles de Gaulle.
Cambodia
   is the site of   
Angkor
Holiday in _____
   -   
Cambodia
Dead Kennedys
Cambodia
   has a motto   
Nation, Religion, King
Prâteh Kâmpŭchea
   is the native name for   
Cambodia
1970
   was the year   
US Troops Invaded Cambodia
May 1
Cambodia
   is the site of   
Temple of Preah Vihear
Added 2008
Cambodia
   has an area of   
181,035 Km²
0.12%
89th
   largest country in the world is   
Cambodia
181,035 km²
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
   is at   
11°33'N 104°55'E
Cambodia
   has the country calling code   
+855
Tonle Sap
   is in   
Cambodia
It is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia and is an ecological hot spot that was designated as a UNESCO biosphere. The Tonlé Sap is unusual for two reasons: 1) its flow changes direction twice a year, and 2) the portion that forms the lake expands and shrinks dramatically with the seasons. The lake is home to many ethnic Vietnamese and numerous Cham communities, living in floating villages around the lake.
Mekong (Lancang Jiang)
   River runs through   
Cambodia
4,350 km. Laos / Thailand / China / Cambodia / Vietnam / Myanmar
Tillotama Pediment
   was made in   
Cambodia
Pink sandstone, c. 967; Musée Guimet, Paris
Devatas
   was made in   
Cambodia
Artist unknown; sandstone, c. 1140; almost two thousand celestial beauties, in situ, Angkor Wat
Cambodia
   has the time zone   
UTC+7
Air Force of Cambodia
   is   

Cambodia
   has this coat of arms   

Cambodia
   was formerly known as   
Kampuchea
1975 - 1991. The Khmer Rouge took power in 1975. The regime, led by Pol Pot, changed the official name of the country to Democratic Kampuchea
Phnom Penh Post
   is published in   
Cambodia
Phnom Penh, Cambodia. English language paper, oldest in Cambodia
Cambodia
   is   

Amok Trey
   comes from   
Cambodia
Steamed curried fish
Cambodia
   is the location of   
Tonle Sap
Phnom Penh
   was formerly the capital of   
Cambodia
Annexed by France; moved to Saigon, 1863 - 1887
Cambodia
   has the national animal   
Kouprey
Cambodia shares borders with 3 other countries.
Laos, Thailand, Vietnam
Norodom Sihanouk
   was a   
King of Cambodia
In power from 1941 to 1955 and again from 1993 until 2004






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