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This is another spot of archelogical importance and buddhist worship. The ruins of the ancient temple is visible and restoration work is now proceeding. A place steeped in folklore and legend. Modest dress and no footwear
2500 year old Temple complex hidden away near Pottuvil. Little bumpy off road takes you there and after a little walk in the middle of nowhere you see a beautiful well preserved mystical temple and moon stone. Absolutely a must see. Beware of the dogs...More
If you are a history or archaeological lover, you must go here on your journey to Arugambay. Its situated in Lahugala. A very peaceful place. Innocent people in the village can be seen. Archaeologically important calm place.
If you are heading to Arugam Bay (south from Batticaloa or east from Monagarala) then you will invariably want to visit this idyllic and important archeological site.
Situated on the outskirts of the Lahugala National Park in Ampara District, the 'Magul Maha Viharaya' (Lahugala) ruins...More
This is sure was the highlight of my solo tour around the north and east. After getting off the bus it is around 1km of walk. One of the moonstones is one of a kind in Sri Lanka. In this could see the mahouts along...More
This temple is built by King Kavanthissa in the 2nd Century BC at the location he married princess Vihara Maha Devi. Kavanthissa the father of the great Sinhalese King Dutugemunu.
The foundations of the “Magul Maduwa” where the wedding ceremony took place is still there....More