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My Son Sanctuary through lens of foreign photographers
Pictured are a collection of impressive tower-temples located in the centre of My Son Sanctuary in Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, central Vietnam. (Photo: Markus Tschudi - 500px.com)

My Son Sanctuary is a large complex featuring religious relics, including temples, shrines, and towers. The 1,000-year-old UNESCO-recognised World Heritage Site is the former capital of the ancient Champa Kingdom. Let’s view the beauty of the area through the lens of foreign photographers.

The photo captures the ancient beauty of the Cham towers. (Photo: Chris Taylor / 500px.com)

Previously an epic stone temple, now only the ruins can be seen. (Photo: Lenka Rakova / 500px.com)

Several tower-temples are located throughout My Son Sanctuary, which had previously been the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for the majority of its existence. (Photo: Andrew Pascal / 500px.com)

A tower temple stands tall amid dense forest. (Photo: Didier De Zan / 500px.com)

My Son Sanctuary site has developed into a popular tourist attraction in the central province of Quang Nam. (Photo: Grant Sykes / 500px.com)

As mist covers the site, the buildings appear magical. (Photo: Emily Dlspx / 500px.com)

Many of the old brick walls feature historical imprints. (Photo: Dem Goradetsky / 500px.com)

A dog takes a rest in the complex's structure. (Photo: Elias Jerusalem / 500px.com)

Many of the buildings throughout the complex possess a green colour as nature spreads through the ruins. (Photo: Alex Stoen / 500px.com)

A special black-and-white photo brings the past to life. (Photo: Andy Kennelly / 500px.com)

The World Heritage Site as seen at sunset. (Photo: Peter / 500px.com)

Source: english.vov.vn

My Son Sanctuary through lens of foreign photographersThe photo captures the ancient beauty of the Cham towers. (Photo: Chris Taylor / 500px.com) Previously an epic stone temple, now only the ruins can be seen. (Photo: Lenka Rakova / 500px.com) Several tower-temples are located throughout
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