Phnom Penh ‘landmark’ planned

A ‘landmark’ building is being planning in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, as part of the 2020 municipal master plan. The Phnom Penh Post reported that the building may be constructed in the Chaktomuk river intersection area.
The master plan’s technical expert, Frederic Mauret, was reported saying; “(The Chaktomuk river area) is a unique and invaluable location and would provide an identifiable international landmark for the city, like the Sydney Opera House in Australia.”
“We hope the Phnom Penh municipal master plan will be approved by the government soon,” Mauret added.

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