The APSARA National Authority, in collaboration with the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation, is in the process of restoring the platform of the Elephant Terrace, said the authority in its news release on May 17.
This restoration work is a part of a joint project between the APSARA National Authority and the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation that was carried out at two different locations, the northern part is 23 metres long and the southern part is 8 metres long, it pointed out.
In the process of restoring, the technicians focus on the implementation of several essential tasks, such as strengthening the foundations, consolidating the relevant structures inside and below as well as reassembling the walls of the original structure, the source added.
The restoration work is scheduled to take three years, starting from 2021.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press