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The Khmer sculptures
Throughout Cambodia's history, religious principles guided and inspired its arts. A unique Khmer style emerged from the combination of indigenous animistic beliefs and the originally Indian religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. 
The Khmer sculptures were carved from stone with great craftsmanship and many of them represent the Hindu deities. In later centuries, the Buddha statues appeared and enshrined in many temples. The most astounding Buddha statues are found in Angkor Thom (Bayon) where the magnificent statues of four-faced Bodhisattava Avalokiteshvara, the lord Buddha, were sculptured on fifty towers.
Issued Country Cambodia
Issued Year 2004
Category World Heritage Buddhist Arts
Type Postage Stamps
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