Heritage Site

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya at Badulla

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya

It gives a diverse experience and pleasure while engaging with primordial creations.Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya is an ancient templehaving tourist’s attention consisting of sacred Bodhi, Makara thorana , a stupa, and an attractive perahera. It is situated in Badulla by giving an ancient value to Badulla town and other iconic sites. How to get to

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Kiri Vehera at Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa Kiri Vehera

Kiri Vehera was made by the Queen of King “Parakramabahu” named “Queen Subadra” in twelfth century A.D. while some sources reveal that it was made by King “Parakramabahu” himself in memory of his queen. Historical records indicate that it is a part of the “Alahana Pirivena”and although it is presently known as “Kiri Vehera”, it

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Nagadeepa Rajamaha Viharaya , Jaffna

Approximately 35 miles from the coast of India sits the little island of Nainativu in the Gulf of Mannar. People have been coming to this area and the neighboring islands for years to purchase conch shells, which are harvested from the warm shallow waters of the Gulf. Beautiful conch shells with a rightward spiral are

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Sacred City of Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura – First Ancient Capital of Sri Lanka

Anuradhapura is the first ancient capital of Sri Lanka sited in north central province of Sri Lanka. It was the center of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries which is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka. As a UNESCO world heritage site in 1982 due to its ruins of an ancient Sri Lankan civilization

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Avukana Buddha statue

Aukana Buddha Statue – Anuradhapura

The tallest ancient Buddha statue is Aukana statue which is sited in a village thatcalled Aukana.It is nearby to the Kala Wewa reservoir in Anuradhapura District of Sri Lanka. According to historical resources, this wonderful standing Aukana Buddha was carved during the control of King Dhatusena in the 5th century.But some sources were said that

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Vijithapura Raja Maha Viharaya

Vijithapura Raja Maha Viharaya

Vijithapura Raja Maha Viharaya is an earliest Buddhist place of worship by Buddhist all around the country of Sri Lanka. The temple is situatednearer to the Kala Wewa in Anuradhapura region of North Central Province, Sri Lanka. You can admittance this temple through Kekirawa to Galewela road and only about 10km away from the Kekirawa

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Isurumuniya Viharaya

Isurumuniya Rajamaha Viharaya

The Isurumuniya Viharaya is located close to Tisa Wewa in Anuradapuraya. There is a temple which is associated to a cave and above is a cliff. A small stupa is built on it. Isurumuniya is well-known for its stone carvings, and the one known as “Isurumuniya Lovers” is the most-respected and world famous. The Horseman,

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Pahiyangala Lena ( Fa Hien Cave )

Pahiyangala Cave ( Fa-Hien Lena ) – Kalutara

This place is located in the village of Yatagampitiya in Sri Lanka which is also known as Pahiyan Lena. It’s the largest cave on the island and one of the largest natural rock foundations in all of Asia. The cave was also the location of anextraordinary archaeological sighting that excavated human skulls dating back at

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Kuragala Ancient Buddhist Monastry

The place of Kuragala is a significant archaeological site containing of an initial human reimbursement during the past period and ruins of earliest Buddhist Cave temple complex. It’s dating back to the 2ndcenturyin Balangoda of Sri Lanka. It is placed on the Balangoda – Kaltota road nearly 24 km distance from the Balangoda town. The

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Mirisawetiya Dagaba Anuradhapura

Mirisawetiya Dagaba was built by King Dutugamunu who wascontrolled during hisroyal time under a single flag.It is supposed that King Dutugamunu had a scepter that contained a scared relic of the Buddha. Despite the fact going to the tank of “Tissawewa” for a water festival of the King has established the scepter in a confidential

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