Ancient Angkor exhibit features artifacts and mysteries from the lost empire

by Matthew Escosia
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If you enjoy learning about lost civilizations and ancient mysteries, then you don’t want to miss this 3D experience!

More than 120 artifacts, half of which have never been seen outside of Cambodia before, are on show at the California Science Center in Los Angeles as part of the “Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia” exhibition. The Khmer Empire’s cultural treasures, as well as everyday trinkets and tools, can now be explored on this 900-year trip back in time.

From translating inscriptions to aerial surveys and laser scanning, guests will learn how archeology has expanded our understanding of the engineering and cultural marvel of an empire, as well as how the daily lives of people from ancient Angkor were affected by the natural obstacles that influenced their destiny.

“Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia” will also feature an epic IMAX 3D movie for a more immersive adventure through the lost empire.

Don’t miss this opportunity to witness one of the archeological wonders of the world and catch the premiere on February 16 at the California Science Center. Reserve your tickets at their website.

Are you excited for this one-of-a-kind experience? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Photo by California Science Center

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