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Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument, Phnom Penh

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Visit Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument for an insight into and a reminder of the history between Vietnam and Cambodia, built by the communist regime to celebrate the end of the Cambodian-Vietnamese war-- and in many ways now also representing the expulsion of the Khmer Rouge by the Vietnamese in the 70s. Stroll through the colourful flower arrangements and fountains while the kids enjoy playgrounds found nearby. Due to its central location, you'll also find Independance Monument and various parks nearby. Take a look at our Phnom Penh vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Common monument - when not just randomly passing by should allow you no time for that – there are so many gratifying goals to the besichitgen in Phnom Penh
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  • Monument of great symbolic value, because in 1978 the Vietnamese army invaded Cambodia with 200,000 soldiers and freed from the bloody dictatorship of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge, which caused millions of deaths in ethnic purges. As to a visit on purpose ... well, just take a look at it while the passes in several rounds. Like the other monuments, cheque 3 balls.
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  • This monument is built to celebrate friendship between Cambodia and Vietnam. A good place for an evening walk. You can find many locals here in the evening. There are many restaurants in the neearby a...  more »