Remnants of 100 undiscovered ancient temples which are thought to date back as far as the 6th century unearthed in Cambodian jungle, archaeologists claim

Cambodian archaeologists claim to have found nearly 100 ancient temples.

Archaeologists claim to have found the remnants of nearly 100 previously undiscovered ancient temples in the jungles of Cambodia.

The temples, which in many cases are just foundations, were unearthed in Kratie province’s historical Samphu Borak area of eastern Cambodia’s Kratie Province.

The team believe they date back to the 6th and 7th centuries, hundreds of years older than the country’s world-famous Angkor Wat temple complex which dates back to the 12th century.

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