Born in Paris in 1927, Micheline Dullin is first of all a great traveler. On a trip to Cambodia, she got hired by the King Nordodom Sihanouk as his official photographer between 1958 and 1964. During that time and many years later, she documented this country she loves for the diversity of its architecture, landscapes and people.
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