We’ve just updated our Resources page with a downloadable aerial image of Pu Ngaol village surrounds (high resolution). We placed some pins there to view the prominent landmarks featured in our Interactives: 360° Site Walkthroughs. Alternatively, you can use Google Earth to view the surrounding. I suggest searching for the ‘Pu Ngaol Community Meeting Hall’.
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