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Ta Prohm has been left to the banyon trees.

Apparently the biggest threat to the existing structures are the lichens growing on the stone surfaces. Parts of many temples have been restored and others in the process of preservation or restoration. The Japanese have taken a philanthropic interest in Angkor and Cambodia, and much of the work is performed and funded by them, as are infrastructure projects such as paving the roads.

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