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    Koneswaram Temple

    Koneswaram Temple is a Hindu temple in Trincomalee District of Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. The temple is located in the top of the Swami Rock promontory that overlooks the Indian Ocean, Trincomalee Harbour, and the Trincomalee District. The exact date of construction of the temple remains vague. However, according to Read more [...]

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    Yudaganawa Temple

    Yudaganawa Temple is located in Buttala Divisional Secretariat division of the Monaragala District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. This has been identified as the largest ancient stupa in the Uva Province. The origin of this stupa is not yet clear. However, historians believe this is the site which the King Dutugemunu Read more [...]

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    Bopath Ella Falls

    Bopath Ella Waterfall is located in Agalawatta Village in Kuruvita, in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The waterfall has the shape of a Bo leaf. The name “Bo-path Ella” has been given to it because of this shape. In Sinhalese, “path” means the leaves of a tree and “Ella” Read more [...]

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    Sankapala Raja Maha Viharaya

    The Sankapala Raja Maha Viharaya is located in the Ratnapura District of Sabaragamuwa Province, Sri Lanka. According to rock inscription found here, the history of this temple goes back to the reign of King Dutugemunu (161-137 BC). As said by the legends, there had been Ten Giants in king Dutugemunu’s troops. Read more [...]

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    Dematamal Viharaya

    The Dematamal Viharaya is an ancient Buddhist temple in the Okkampitiya village in Monaragala District, Sri Lanka.  The history of this temple dates back to the 2nd – 3rd century BC. According to the legend, this is the temple which the King King Saddhatissa hid after being defeated in the battle Read more [...]

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    Maligavila Sacred Place

    The Maligavila sacred place is famous for its giant free-standing Buddha Statue belongs to 7th century. It is located in the Monaragala District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka.  According to the ancient chronicle Chulavamsa, the Statue has been made by a Prince named Aggabodhi. The Buddha statue is 14.5m tall and Read more [...]

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    Buduruwagala

    Buduruwagala is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Monaragala District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. The Sinhalese name “Buduruwagala” has the meaning of “the rock of Buddhist Sculpture”. As the name suggests, the main attraction of this site is the rock with seven statues including the tallest standing Buddha statue Read more [...]

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    Girihandu Seya

    The Girihandu Seya stupa is located in Thiriyaya in Trincomalee District of Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. According to the legend, this is the stupa mentioned in the story of Thapassu and Bhalluka two traders. As such, it is considered to be the first Stupa built by enshrining the relic of Read more [...]

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    Rajagala Monastery

    The Rajagala Monastery is a sacred site which history dates back to the Advent of Arhath Mahinda Thera. This place is in the Uhana area of the Ampara District in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. The archaeological excavation is still underway and it is one of the largest archaeological sites in Read more [...]

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    Lovamahapaya

    The Lovamahapaya is one of the Eight Sacred places known as “Atamasthana” and it is located in the Sacred City of Anuradhapura in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. When you walk towards Ruwanweliseya from Sri Maha Bodhiya, The Lovamahapaya can be seen on your right-hand side. According to the Mahawamsa, Read more [...]

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    Lipton’s Seat

    From the Lipton’s Seat, you can have a Spectacular view over five provinces, namely Central, Sabaragamuwa, Southern, Uva, Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka. This marvelous viewpoint is located above 6000 ft MSL and it is in Haputale area in Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka.

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    Devon Falls

    The Devon Falls is located in the Nuwara Eliya District of Central Province, Sri Lanka. The waterfall is 97 meters high and it is the 19th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The waterfall is a part of the Kothmale Oya,  a tributary of the Mahaweli River. The Devon Falls can be Read more [...]

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