The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas

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The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas, also known as the Wat Jetapon Khemaram was established in 1986 on the outskirts of the Dallas countryside. The temple is a huge structure with many buildings and a vast empty ground where every April, the Khmer New year is celebrated in. As you walk along with the temple you will be able to spot Cambodian artwork. The Gates to the entrance of the temple is a replica of the ones at Angkor Wat; handcrafted and sculpted by the monks and community volunteers

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