Photo a day – March 20, 2012, Holding Block at Tuol Sleng Genocide Prison


One of the most emotional places I have ever been in, the Tol Sleung Genocide Prison was the prison sight of some of the worst tortures under the Khmer Rouge Regime. Led by Comrade Duch, an estimated 17,000 people were tortured and executed in many of these wooden holding cells.

6 thoughts on “Photo a day – March 20, 2012, Holding Block at Tuol Sleng Genocide Prison

    1. One of those things people don’t want to see, but they should. Nobody enjoys touring this place, but its one of those must sees for other human reasons.

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