Synonyms for russei or Related words with russei

thmei              trapeang              chrey              kaoh              praek              andoung              samraong              knong              boeng              angk              sampov              khpos              preaek              krasang              thlok              kaong              krong              kandal              kouk              thma              tboung              neak              damnak              lvea              svay              thnal              phnum              beung              tuek              chbar              krouch              chhuk              sambour              khang              stueng              chrouy              pongro              chambak              rumduol              khsach              chrum              veaeng              kraom              paoy              sangkae              ruessei              tbaeng              tnaot              phsar              keo             

Examples of "russei"
Tuek Thla is a sangkat (commune) of Russei Kaev District in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
There is a new indoor stadium in Phnom Penh, the Beeline Arena. Located at Sangkat Chroy Changvar, Khan Russei Keo.
Chrouy Changva contains many suburbs and the new Mekong View Tower. Chrouy Changva is in the Russei Keo District which consists of the northern and northwestern outskirts of the main area of Phnom Penh.
Camko City is in the Russei Keo District, about 3 km north of the center of Phnom Penh. It was approved as a development zone for a new satellite city in February 2003 by the Bureau of Urban Planning of the Municipality of Phnom Penh.
Koh Russei,Koh Russey or "Bamboo Island" (Khmer: កោះឬស្សី) is one of a group of small islands in the Gulf of Thailand, located about off the coast of Sihanoukville city in southern Cambodia. It is administered by Prey Nob District in Sihanoukville Province.
Notre Dame Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Phnom Penh (; ), was a 19th-century French Gothic revival church that served as the cathedral of the Apostolic Vicariate of Phnom Penh. It was located in the Russei Keo District of the city on Monivong Boulevard.
Russey Keo (, "Crystal Bamboo"), also spelled Russei Keo, is a district (Khan) in the municipality of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This district consists of the northern and north-western outskirts of the main city of Phnom Penh, stretching from the Dangkor District in the west to the Tonle Sap River in the east. It is the second-largest district of Phnom Penh and covers an area of 105.56 km². According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 180,076.
In May 2008, University of Guelph student Christopher Charles had completed his undergraduate degree in biomedical science. He received a grant from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) to conduct epidemiological health research in Cambodia, a location he chose because he had known of a need for volunteers and assistants for a dietary iron deficiency program. The group with which he worked was based in Praek Russei and collected blood samples from villagers in Kandal Province.
Phnom Penh is a municipality of area with a government status equal to that of Cambodian provinces. The municipality is subdivided into twelve administrative divisions called Khans (districts) and of these twelve Khans, Dangkao, Meanchey, Porsenchey, Sen Sok and Russei Keo are considered the outskirts of the city. All Khans are under the governance of the Phnom Penh Municipality. The Khans are further subdivided into 76 Sangkats (communes), and 637 Kroms.
The grounds of the cathedral was the site of the Russei Keo refugee camp from May 1970 onwards. It harboured 10,000 refugees from North Vietnam who were displaced by the Vietnam War. In October 1972, intense fighting between the Khmer Republic and the Khmer Rouge during the Cambodian Civil War commenced outside of the capital city. One incident resulted in two Khmer Rouge rockets landing behind the cathedral. However, nothing serious arose from the incident. Another similar rocket attack occurred in January 1974. This time, the rectory of the cathedral was damaged.
At dawn the IJA 33rd Division under Lieutenant-General Shōzō Sakurai and IJA 55th Division under Lieutenant-General Hiroshi Takeuchi of the 15th Army, and spearheaded by the Imperial Guards Division crossed the border from Indo-China into Thailand's recently reclaimed Phra Tabong Province at Tambon Savay Donkeo, Athuek Thewadej District (Russei) of Battambang. The Japanese encountered no resistance, and from Sisophon swung north-westwards into Aranyaprathet (then still a district of Prachinburi Province) along the nearly finished railway link between Aranyaprathet and Monkhol Bourei. (it opened for traffic on 11 April 1942)
In 1863, Cambodia became a protectorate of France within its colonial empire. Construction of the cathedral most likely started after this time. It was built near the riverfront of the Mekong and was situated at the heart of Phnom Penh on the Monivong Boulevard in the Russei Keo District, a few blocks away from Wat Phnom. A Bishop's Palace and a church library were built adjacent to the cathedral, which was hailed as an "architectural legacy of the French" by "The New York Times".