Enchanting beauty of My Son Sanctuary through lens of foreign visitors

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My Son Sanctuary, which was built more than 1,000 years ago, is the most massive temple complex of the Champa Kingdom in Vietnam. Let’s explore the beauty of this world cultural heritage through the lens of Western visitors.

The temples in the center of My Son Sanctuary in Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province. Photo: Markus Tschudi
The temples in the center of My Son Sanctuary in Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province. Photo: Markus Tschudi
The colors of time at ancient towers. Photo: Chris Taylor
The colors of time at ancient towers. Photo: Chris Taylor
The remains of a stone temple. Photo: Lenka Rakova
The remains of a stone temple. Photo: Lenka Rakova
The beauty of time-devastated temples in the deserted forest. Photo: Andrew Pascal
The beauty of time-devastated temples in the deserted forest. Photo: Andrew Pascal
A tower in a thick forest. Photo: Didier De Zan
A tower in a thick forest. Photo: Didier De Zan
Human-beings become tiny inside the ruins of My Son. Photo: Grant Sykes
Human-beings become tiny inside the ruins of My Son. Photo: Grant Sykes
 
Historical imprints on the old brick wall. Photo: Dem Goradetsky 
 
Natural green on the tower. Photo:  Alex Stoen 
Dew is spinning in  My Son Sanctuary. Photo: Emily Dlspx
An echo from the past. Photo: Andy Kennelly
 
Sunrise in My Son Sanctuary. Photo: Peter 

(Source: kienthuc.net.vn)