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The exterior of the Watt's main temple is intricately detailed and brightly colored. It sits on a hill overlooking the surrounding cornfields.

The Watt's location in Hampton, Minnesota creates striking contrast between the tradition Khmer design and surrounding cornfields.

The interior of the Watt's stupa is decorated with bright, colorful LED lights.

This example of a Buddhist temple in Cambodia shows the classicalness of the design of Watt Munisotaram.

In the lower level of the stupa, there is a work station where the buddha statues are painted, preparing to be placed for view in the stupa.

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Yav Socchea and Ven. Vicheth pose holding metal design made by Mr. Socchea.

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Architect and artist Yav Socchea stands with his cement work.

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A furnished office space located inside of the community center, completed in the spring of 2017.

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A statue of the Buddha shielded by Mucalinda, a snake like being who shielded the Buddha from the elements after the Buddha's enlightenment.