Synonyms for srey_santhor or Related words with srey_santhor

chroy              mean_chey              svay_chek              កស              preah_netr_preah              meanchey              prey_chhor              chhloung              kravanh              khsach              srok              sangkae              thma_koul              ពង              chamkar_leu              krouch_chhmar              khmom              ងត              pnov              kaev              sampov              sambour              chrouy              ou_chrov              tbaeng              យជ              rovieng              កក              kandal              phsar              កដ              thmar              russei              าวล              ao_luek              thpong              បង              phnum              stueng              mueang_chiang_mai              lvea              phachi              tboung_khmum              basedth              krong              ponhea_kraek              ងខ              nong_prue              preal              kampong_speu_province             

Examples of "srey_santhor"
The Srey Santhor district governor is Mr. Heng Vanny. He reports to His Excellency Hun Neng, the Governor of Kampong Cham. The following table shows the villages of Srey Santhor district by commune.
Srey Santhor District () is a district ("srok") located in Kampong Cham province, Cambodia. The district capital is Srey Santhor town located on the south bank of the Mekong River around midway between Phnom Penh and the provincial capital of Kampong Cham. Srey Santhor is in south western Kampong Cham and lies on the border with Kandal and Prey Veng provinces. It was briefly the capital of Cambodia during the post-Angkor era from 1431 to 1434.
Srey Santhor district is a central district of Kampong Cham Province. Reading from the north clockwise, Srey Santhor shares a border with Kang Meas District of Kampong Cham to the north across the Mekong. Koh Sotin district lies on the eastern border. To the south are Sithor Kandal and Pea Reang districts of Prey Veng Province. The western border of the district is shared with Khsach Kandal district of Kandal Province.
Between July and November 2000, Cambodia was subject to catastrophic flooding in all provinces bordering the Mekong River. The Mekong literally burst it banks and Cambodia experienced the worst flooding in 70 years. As most of Srey Santhor district is low lying and parallels the Mekong, Srey Santhor is subject to annual flooding when the Mekong rises. However, in 2000 90% of the land area in the district was flooded and 95% of the annual rice crop was completely destroyed.
He was forced to flee Yasodharapura in 1431 as indefensible against the Siamese, resettling first in Basan (Srey Santhor), and after that became flooded, to Chaktomuk (now part of Phnom Penh).
The district is subdivided into 14 communes ("khum") and 86 villages ("phum"). According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 91,765 persons in 18,224 households in 1998. With a population of over 90,000 people, Srey Santhor district has an average district population for Kampong Cham province. The average household size in Srey Santhor is 5.0 persons per household, which is slightly lower than the rural average for Cambodia (5.2 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 92.0%, with significantly more females than males.
Kings Preah Ram I and Preah Ram II moved the capital several times and established their royal capitals at Tuol Basan (Srey Santhor) around 40 kilometres north-east of Phnom Penh, later Pursat, Lavear Em and finally Oudong. In 1596 Spanish and Portuguese conquistadores from Manila raided and razed Srei Santhor.
Phnom Penh remained the royal capital for 73 years, from 1432 to 1505. It was abandoned for 360 years (from 1505 to 1865) by subsequent kings due to internal fighting between the royal pretenders. Later kings moved the capital several times and established their royal capitals at various locations in Tuol Basan (Srey Santhor), Pursat, Longvek, Lavear Em and Oudong.
Yuon's death is thought to have been ordered by his fellow-members of the Khmer Rouge sometime after they seized power in 1975. His previous tendency to openly criticise the regime's excesses appears to have continued unabated: when entering Phnom Penh, which had been divided into several sectors each run by the administration of a different zone of the country, he is reported to have remarked "It's Berlin!". Several accounts exist of his death, the most common of which is related to the controversial order to evacuate Phnom Penh given after the communist victory, which Yuon is known to have opposed. In one version, related by a CPK cadre from Kampong Cham, Yuon was said to have been shot in August 1975 by a group of Khmer Rouge soldiers after he sympathetically addressed a group of evacuees at Prek Por, Srey Santhor District, and his body thrown into the Mekong.