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National Museum holds palm leaf exhibition

Publication date 28 June 2022 | 20:21 | ICT

On June 28-29, the National Museum welcomes the public – and students in particular – to attend a handicrafts exhibition by the Cambodian women’s handicraft community where they will have the opportunity to meet the women artisans in

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