The History of Building a Monument That Every Khmer Child Should Know

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Independence Monument was built and inaugurated in 1958 in the reign of King Norodom Suramarit (1955-1960), the royal paternal Prince Norodom Sihanouk.

The Independence Monument is also a symbol of Cambodia’s independence from France on 9 November 1953.

Vann Molyvann, a renowned Khmer architect, is a 5-storey, 20-meter tall, decorated monument decorated with a pink-bodied model of Angkor’s ornamental style with 100 roses. Floor 20, 1 Corner 5) clearly outlines the temples of Angkor Wat temples.

The founder of Vann Molyvann’s independent monument, Tung Voeuth, is a renowned architect.

For the head of the rosary, there are some documents explaining that according to the number of years that Cambodia has been under French colonial rule for nearly a century (100th century), 90 years (August 11, 1863-09, 1953).

Mr. Toung Woruth, who was born in Battambang province, also worked as a masonry and sculptor with a construction company in the province. He died in the Democratic Kampuchea (Khmer Rouge) era.

The Independence Monument consists of five monuments featuring a royal snake

For the head of the rosary, there are some documents explaining that according to the number of years that Cambodia has been under French colonial rule for nearly a century (100th century), 90 years (August 11, 1863-09, 1953).

Another interesting point is in the afternoon, when the sunset (shrouded in sunlight) drops shadows on the statue, revealing the festivities of the style and making the entire castle shining.


At the end of 2007, Phnom Penh Capital Hall has rebuilt the Independence Monument to improve the beauty of the monument, which should be attractive, such as lighting a bright night at night and a swamp garden around the corner. It costs about 500 million Riels.

The Independence Monument is now used as a monument to mark the end of the war in Cambodia as a stupa for patriots, as well as to safeguard national independence and independence from foreign control.

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