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Although much of this war-torn land has been cleared by de-mining agencies that have come---and gone, decades after a war that left indelible scars on most Cambodian families, rusty remnants still remain, and can occasionally be spotted within the Temple Complex, once a veritable war zone in its own right.

Shells of another kind now dot the Cambodian landscape--particularly around the cities and towns of this Kingdom of Wonder, where both freshwater and saltwater varieties are seasonal fare at local markets and along roadsides.

Steamed, sun-dried, salted and spiced, or cooked, Cambodian shellfish are just another item on a vast and varied menu.

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