Once set on a lot more land, the DRC at Wolvendaal is now "squeezed" into an odd shaped piece of land, traffic all around, that's progress i suppose. I visited on a very hot day (aren't they all in Colombo?) and it was some relief to go inside. Beautiful stained glass, headstones telling the history not only of the church, but Ceylon / Sri Lanka itself. Doesn't take long to get there, you don't have to spend oodles of time there, but well worth a visit. Photography is allowed, but be respectful, AND make sure you give a few Rs to help with up keep of the church please?
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