Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Cambodia. The jungle wants it back. - Imgur

Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Cambodia. The jungle wants it back.

Tree taking over ruins of building inside Ta Prohm temple complex, Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

Jayavarman's Staff by Jon Sheer -Tree taking over ruins of building inside Ta Prohm temple complex, Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

Picture of the Day: Silk Tree Growing Over a Temple - Blog - homeandawaywithlisa

This could inspire me when I'm making concept art on the second area of the game (which is a large forest with ruins of a castle in the middle) (((Silk Tree Growing Over Ta Prom Temple, Cambodia, by Lisa Brown)))

Ruined temple hidden in a jungle :: Angkor, Cambodia.

Mysterious Temple in Jungle

Jungle Castle - Ta Prohm, a temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late and early centuries and originally called Rajavihara. UNESCO inscribed Ta Prohm on the World Heritage List in

Un monje budista de Camboya se encuentra en un umbral por debajo de un enorme árbol en el templo de Ta Prohm. Angkor, Camboya.

A Cambodian Buddhist monk stands in a doorway beneath a huge tree at Ta Prohm temple. Ta Prohm Temple travel Share and Enjoy!

Ta Prohm Temple: http://bbqboy.net/ancient-angkor-and-the-top-10-temples-of-angkor-archaeological-park/ #siemreap #angkor

Ancient Angkor and the Top 10 Temples of Angkor Archaeological Park

Ta Prohm Temple: http://bbqboy.net/ancient-angkor-and-the-top-10-temples-of-angkor-archaeological-park/ #siemreap #angkor

Ta Prohm temple, Cambodia (by Beboy_photographies on Flickr)

Ta Prohm temple in Cambodia, Ta Prohm is the modern name of the temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late and early centuries and originally called Rajavihara

Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat, Cambodia- good lord. Who could create such a complex landscape? Love!

Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat, Cambodia- Originally built for Hindu rituals, they were later used for Buddhist rituals.

Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor Wat  Photograph by Gray Martin    Giant strangler fig tree roots embrace the crumbling Ta Prohm temple at Angkor. Although the forest has overrun this sacred site, it has largely escaped the looting that decimated many of its fellow Cambodian temples.

Giant strangler fig tree roots embrace the crumbling Ta Prohm temple at Angkor. Although the forest has overrun this sacred site, it has largely escaped the looting that decimated many of its fellow Cambodian temples (photo by Gray Martin)

In the Angkhor Wat complex - Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor what? Everything you ever wanted to know about Cambodia’s most iconic temple Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/cambodia/travel-tips-and-articles/77381#ixzz39XJSLjEG

In the Angkhor Wat complex - Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor what? Everything you ever wanted to know about Cambodia’s most iconic temple Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/cambodia/travel-tips-and-articles/77381#ixzz39XJSLjEG

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