Posts Tagged ‘Cambodian School’

School Building Skeleton

Posted: August 20, 2010 in Architecture

 Building Skeleton
An old wooden school building at Samrong Primary School in Siem Reap. It was leveled down after a new concrete building was built there. It took only one day to take it down.


Before French made Cambodia as its protectorate, temple was the only institution where men could access to traditional education in Cambodia. Later on educational system based on the French model was introduced and schools were built inside and next to temples. In the present time you still can find many schools located right inside temples either in Phnom Penh or in rural areas.

School in Cambodia Wat Tuol Tompong Primary School located inside the temple sharing the same name.

school chime A chime made of disposed unexploded shell in a primary school along National Road 67 in Siem Reap Province.

School Chime A more common chime made of car wheel. In a secondary school in Steung Sen town, Kamopong Thom.