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Cambodia: A Photo Gallery

Click here to browse thumbnail previews of all photos There are currently more than 1300 photos in this site's photo archive. Photos from each set can be viewed as a slideshow by clicking on the preview images below.

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These photos, taken inside Cambodia in 1981, offer a rare glimpse into life in the sections of the country still controlled by the Khmer Rouge. Photographer: Craig Buck
Taken shortly before the United Nations peacekeeping force entered the country, these pictures, shot in April and May of 1991, demonstrate the condition of the country after decades of strife. Eighty-six photos. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Twenty-five photos, taken in 1996, when Cambodia was still very much off the beaten path for tourists. Photographer: Rachel Rinaldo
A set of 50 photos, taken in 1999, in various locations around Cambodia. Photographer: Kim Seang Poam
One hundred and twenty photos from Angkor, Phnom Penh, and other locations. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Several photos of Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary, and his wife Khieu Thirith. Photographer: Craig Buck
Ten photographs taken in Khmer Rouge-held areas of Cambodia, taken in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Photos provided by Khemarith Tep
Fifty photos, taken in June 2004. Photographer: Kim Seang Poam
Portraits and snapshots from Khmer communities in the United States, taken mainly in the 1990s. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Images from Wat Sauphy (a prison in the Khmer Rouge time) and the remnants of Sang Prison. Twenty-two photos. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Images from Tuol Sleng musuem. Forty photos. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Images from Angkor, including Angkor Wat, Preah Khan, Ta Prohm, Phimeanakas, and other ruins. Eighty-five photos. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Photographs from Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Oudong, and other areas. Ninety photos. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
A set of fifty images, taken in June 2005. Photographer: Kim Seang Poam
Several informal portraits, taken in Cambodia in November and December, 2006. Fifteen photos. Photographer: Sophia Srey Sharp
Miscellaneous photographs from Phnom Penh, Angkor, and other areas. Seventeen photos. Photographer: Sophia Srey Sharp
Photographs from Angkor, Siem Reap, and Phnom Penh. Twenty-three photos. Photographer: Tom Ashe
Photos taken in March and April, 2007, at various locations in Cambodia. Twenty-seven photos. Photographer: William Janssen
A set of fifteen exquisite, artistic photos from Angkor. Photographer: Barbara Strnadova
Wat Munisotaram, in Hampton, Minnesota, is the most elaborate Khmer temple in the U.S. These photos were taken during the Consecration of the Buddha Image, Ceremony of Sima. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
A collection of fifteen images, taken in January 2008. Photographers: Hilary and Lee Ricketts
Five classic black-and-white images, taken by renowned photographer Denis Cameron, in 1970. More images by Denis Cameron are available at Rex Features. Photos courtesy of: Marc Cameron
Photos taken at a Khmer New Year celebration in Chicago, April 2009. Photographer: Rith Khem
Photos from the temple at Preah Vihear, taken in April 2009. Photographer: Charles King
Photos taken at the Khmer New Year celebration at Furama Restaurant in Chicago, and at a Buddhist ceremony at Truman College. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Images from Cambodia, taken in 2009 and 2010, and photos from Khmer communities in Oregon. Photographer: Charles C. King
Images from Khmer communities in the United States, illustrating Khmer art and culture. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Several photos taken in refugee camps along the Thai-Cambodian border in 1983. Photographer: Dave Hillman
Photos taken in August and September, 2011. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
Photos taken in August and September, 2011. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
A few photos of a very rare object: a Khmer-language typewriter. Photographer: Bruce Sharp
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