Originally posted by zedVSzardoz
reply to post by Klassified
gag dam it. It is not allowed to be viewed in my country.....
you know what you tube user...I dont care...get less views...I will not view this if I cant as is. Too much hassle.
Originally posted by Klassified
I couldn't resist posting this. Cambodia's Angkor wat, built in the twelfth century, is a masterpiece of craftsmanship, and a testament to the people who built it. This video by the Smithsonian, is the culmination of many years of work trying to piece together what this temple/palace might have originally looked like...
You can also view it at MSN
It's very majestic and ornate. At some angles in the video, it almost looks a little futuristic in its design. An impressive architectural feat, no matter how you look at it.
Originally posted by generik
sadly i can not watch the video "the uploader has not made this video available in your country" i really hate crap like that
even your second link (MSN) is the same "the video you have requested is not available for your geographic region"
wish i could watch it as it looks interesting.edit on 9-2-2013 by generik because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Aleister
I'm going to take issue, as a layman and not an expert. They seem to say that every roof and some of the inside doors and decorations were solid gold. Could there be that much gold available at the time? If so, who has it now, and is there any record of an influx of gold in the later centuries coming from the area? That much gold coming on the market would surely have made a global impact at some point. And a nice find, enjoyed the trip back through time.
1. Give me ten thousand people of average education today (which should be the equivalent of 10,000 geniuses back then) and there's no way we could build such an elaborate expanse of structures. How did they learn to build like this?????