Archaeological evidences found have continued to back initial assumption that the palace of Cambodian King Jayavarman II was located on Kulen Mountain, according to the Ministry of Environment.
The physical findings, added the source, by a joint team of Ministry of Environment, Archaeology and Development Foundation (ADF) and APSARA National Authority in cooperation with the locals have made remarkable progress in assuring this.
Records have initially assumed that the ancient palace during the reign of King Jayavarman II was situated in the currently Phnom Kulen National Park.
Royal Government of Cambodia has tasked a working group to study the assumed from Mar. 12 to Apr. 13, 2018 in order to produce more concrete physical evidence.
The result of the study will support the planned proposal of the government to include Phnom Kulen National Park in Siem Reap province of Cambodia into the list of world heritage site.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press