Cambodia has discovered over 120 archaeological sites, 43 of which are primitive furnace for iron smelting, at Royal Academy of Cambodia Techo Sen Russey Trep Park in Preah Vihear province.
H.E. Sok Touch, President of the Royal Academy of Cambodia shared the discovery by his working group when chairing a recent workshop to develop a master plan for the park here in Phnom Penh.
The team of the Royal Academy of Cambodia, he underlined, identified remains of iron, including ancient materials produced of steel.
Royal Academy of Cambodia Techo Sen Russey Trep Park encompasses 116.35 square kilometres of land surface in Chhep district of Preah Vihear � the province that shares a border with Thailand.
Established in April 2014, the park includes areas of biodiversity rich of big trees, wild animals and archaeological sites.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press