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Apsara National Authority plans Khmer silk exhibition

Publication date 24 January 2023 | 21:29 | ICT

Eleven Khmer silks will be exhibited at the Asian Traditional Textiles Museum in mid-February, according to a January 23 announcement by the Apsara National Authority (ANA).



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