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Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the slopes of the Kulen Hills northeast of Angkor near the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It is commonly known as the "Valley of a 1000 Lingas". The motifs for stone carvings are mainly myriads of lingams (phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva), depicted as neatly arranged bumps that cover the surface of a sandstone bed rock.