APSARA Authority plants 1800 trees at the southeast entrance of Ta Prohm Temple

Published on 31 August 2017 04:19 PM Post By ៖ Apsara National Authority

In the morning of August 31, 2017, APSARA officers and staffs held the tree planting ceremony to preserve the cultural landscape at the southeast entrance of Ta Prohm temple and 1800 trees were planted in this ceremony.

This event was also attended by H.E Mr. Tan Bounsuy, Deputy Director General of APSARA represents of H.E Dr. Som Mab, Director General of APSARA as well as the leaders of each department, officers, staff, guards, and Japanese students in total about 400 people.

Mr. Nin Chansamean, Director of Department of Forestry Management Cultural Landscape and Environment, said that the forest is very important for the foundation of the temple in Angkor site because it is a strong wind barrier, to keep moisture to the temple stones in order to protect from erosion, which can make the age of stones last longer, also keeps the groundwater under the temples stable to avoid the temples get collapse. Moreover, it is the surrounding green cover to make the sites more beautiful.

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