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Cambodian Lost City Found With Lasers

A lost city in Cambodia has been discovered using laser technology.

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Cambodian Lost City Found With Lasers

A Cambodian Lost City has been found using airborne laser scanners. According to a report on Live Science, the city was only known from inscriptions and existed about 1,200 years ago. The city is hidden under forest on the holy mountain of Phnom Kulen near the famous Angkor Wat (photo).

It is stunning that there are still lots of mysteries on our planet that can be discovered. The discovered ancient cityscape also contains architectural features that have not been seen before. Read the full details on LiveScience .

 

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