An international team of scientists has assembled a map of the world's largest preindustrial city, the sprawling settlement of Angkor in what's now Cambodia. The new map shows that Angkor's ruins cover more than 1,000 square kilometers, including areas outside boundaries that have been established to protect the archaeological site.
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