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P'Chum Ben ends

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TRACEY SHELTON

A young boy puts money into a sand mountain Tuesday at Wat Lanka as the celebrations for the festival of the dead drew to a close. During the P'Chum Ben festival thousands of visitors bury their donations in the sand to bring good luck and future prosperity. P'Chum Ben celebrations ended Tuesday with many Cambodian returning from the provinces to the capital.

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