The temples of Angkor are one the world's most impressive archaeological treasures. The extensive network of ancient temples in Cambodia - a magical world of carved gods, weathered masonry, tangled vegetation and orange-robed monks, so long off-limits to Western visitors - are evocatively presented in Steve McCurry's unique style. An introduction by John Guy - an authority on the cultural history of Southeast Asia - provides an informative introduction to the history and architecture of the site and also explains its religious history and modern usage.
Hardcover, 120 pages
Published June 5th 2002