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It is decked with precious gems including diamonds, the largest of which is 25 carats.Also on display at the sides are the coronation apparel and numerous miniature Buddha in gold and silver.We don’t record the exact journeys of people, we just remember the crossing points."Happn got its start in Paris, France, but has since expanded to 3 million registered users with strong followings in London and New York City.
"So the fact that on your device you have a geo-location service and your device is always with you, you’re always there in real time with your neighborhood and everyone around you."When browsing Happn, you can see a timeline of every Happn user you've been near in the last few days, ranked chronologically and by the total time you've been around them.
If you see someone you like, you can "heart" them secretly to indicate interest, but they won't be notified — you're only matched up if you both independently "heart" each other.
"We should be at least 10 million members by the end of this year."Talking with Rappaport, it quickly became clear that while people have a habit of sitting and browsing dating apps like Tinder, Happns takes the stance that you should be living in the moment.
And that while you can browse Happn while at a museum to see other people at the exhibit, the main idea is to be able to browse your encounters after you get back home.
Happn is the hopeless romantic among dating apps, though the concept can sound a little creepy at first.
A lot of apps like Tinder simply show you people within a few miles of you.
The monument has a unique and peculiar style and doubles as a memorial to Cambodian patriots who died for their country. The School of Fine Arts (École des Beaux-arts) has its headquarters in a structure behind the main building. You may also want to check out Wat Phnom which sits on a tree covered hill about 30m high in the northeast of the city. The people believe that this temple is powerful in that anyone who makes a wish will have it granted.
The National Museum of Cambodia is housed in a graceful terracotta structure of traditional design (built 1917-20) just north of the Royal Palace. It is said that the first pagoda was built in 1373 to house four statues of the Buddha deposited here by the Mekong river. It is not surprising to see many people coming here to pray for protection or healing.
Many bring lotus flowers as offerings for prayers answered.