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  HIMG_3593.jpg - An aerial photo taken 22/01/05 from over the south east portion of Phnom Penh looking towards the Mekong (top) and Bassac  (mid-right) Rivers over a then-new planned community of villas and up-market shop houses.  The large swath of green along the Bassac  River has now been almost totally turn over to various development projects, with many of them in advanced stages of construction.  The white sandy area in the center is the initial sand filling for the Bassac Gardens Development (displaced the Reak Reay community/slum).  Further north from there, towards the Naga Hotel and Casino, you can see the former Sambock Chab and Dey Krahom communities/slums, now completely eliminated for development.  The island at the mouth of the Bassac River, Koh Pich (Pich Island), was the location of the Koh Pich community/slum; this community has now been forced out, and the entire island buried with 2-3 meters of sand in the intial phase of the Diamond Island City development.  Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia  
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An aerial photo taken 22/01/05 from over the south east portion of Phnom Penh looking towards the Mekong (top) and Bassac (mid-right) Rivers over a then-new planned community of villas and up-market shop houses. The large swath of green along the Bassac River has now been almost totally turn over to various development projects, with many of them in advanced stages of construction. The white sandy area in the center is the initial sand filling for the Bassac Gardens Development (displaced the Reak Reay community/slum). Further north from there, towards the Naga Hotel and Casino, you can see the former Sambock Chab and Dey Krahom communities/slums, now completely eliminated for development. The island at the mouth of the Bassac River, Koh Pich (Pich Island), was the location of the Koh Pich community/slum; this community has now been forced out, and the entire island buried with 2-3 meters of sand in the intial phase of the Diamond Island City development. Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia | HIMG_3593.jpg
Camera: Canon EOS 10D | Date: 22/01/05 8:32 AM | Exp. Time: 1/500s | Aperture: 6.3 | Focal Length: 28.0mm (~44.4mm) | Latitude: N 11°31.656' | Longitude: E 104°55.264' | City: Phnom Penh | State/Province: Phnom Penh | Country: Cambodia | Copyright: © 2009, Garrison Photographic, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Keywords: Cambodia Phnom Penh land issues aerial photo development urban issues | See map
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