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The narrow hallways of S21 concentration camp

Between 1975-1979, approximately 17,000 plus Khmer prisoners were tortured and killed in Tuol Sleng S21 under Khmer Rouge regime. If you look closely, you can see the blood stained tiles and various markings on the wall. This haunting photo is a reminder of the hate and cruelty present in human nature that still exists this very day.

TAGS: Cambodia, Museum, Sustainable Travel

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Date Taken: 02.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION Phnom Phen, Cambodia