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PHNOM PENH -- Cambodia's Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum on Thursday started a 10-day temporary exhibition, displaying a number of newly found artifacts in celebration of International Museum Day.
The exhibition features some artifacts selected by the museum and newly discovered archaeological excavations at the Angkor Archeological Park, as well as ceramics originating from the Phnom Kulen ancient ceramic kiln, the museum said.
The collections include objects made of clay, metal, bronze, copper, iron, lead, artifacts, gems, crystals, and quartz, providing up-to-date information on the progress and advancement of archeological research and excavations at the Angkor site, it said.
The exhibition will run until May 28 free of charge.
The museum is in northwest Siem Reap province, home of the famed Angkor Archeological Park.