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Location: Bungling in the jungle
It is said to be the oldest archaeological site in Laos and worth a day trip if in the area. The crocodile Stone is said to have been used for the sacrificial lamb so to speak. I don't know that for certain. I'm not that old and or wasn't there in its Hay Day. The museum is interesting if you're into that sort of thing. The site is actively used by the locals as a sort of pilgrimage that one should make at least once in a lifetime. So I am told.
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