I went to the museum after I had been to the killing fields. The museum is fairly simply laid out but this simplicity has an incredible impact. You walk round a maze of rooms ,in the first are just rows of pictures of victims. The other rooms are the different types of cells the prisoners were kept in. There was plenty of information. In the final room are large paintings painted by the few survivors depicting the atrocities carried out. The experience just leaves you chilled through and has a strange eerie silence about it despite there being a lot of people walking round.
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