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During a trip to Battambang, Cambodia early last year, a friend and I made a stop at Phnom Sampeau, a limestone outcrop known for its breathtaking views and a complex of ancient temples at the summit.
On the way up, we also stumbled upon an area known as the "killing caves" - a cluster of dark, musty caves that had once been a site of genocide horror under the Khmer Rouge regime.
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