National Museum of Cambodia
The National Museum of Cambodia is the largest national museum in the country – located in Phnom Penh, it has been open since 1920. The Museum houses the most important and largest collection of Khmer art in the world. This institution plays an active role in collecting, displaying, and preserving Khmer art collections which, were collected from provinces and cities across the country – in addition to works repatriated from countries around the world. The main collections of this museum are stone objects, metal and ceramics, followed by wooden objects and textiles. Most of the collections are related to the two main religions that, were practiced and still continue in Cambodian society – Hinduism and Buddhism.