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Tourists flock to mountain sheep farm for picture perfect scenery

Publication date 29 August 2022 | 20:10 | ICT

Kampong Chhnang is home to a very lucky flock of sheep that are able to spend their days peacefully ambling about a verdant green field that is surrounded by beautiful Oral mountain scenery, providing the sheep with stunning views in every

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