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Anuradhapura

Considered to be the oldest medieval city in Sri Lanka and the first capitol of the Sri Lankan empire. This city was built around the sapling of the sacred bo tree – the tree that shaded lord Buddha when he attained enlightenment, sacred to all Buddhists around the world...

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Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa was the second capital of Sri Lanka after abandoning of Anuradhapura due to the south Indian invasions that occurred regularly. Besides the Brahmanic monuments built by the Cholas, the monumental ruins of the fabulous garden-city created by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century can be seen that truly speaks of the engineering supremacy of the ancient Sri Lankan.

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Sigiriya

More of a impeccable fortress the ruins of the palace and a city built by King Kassapa lie on the steep slopes and at the summit of a granite peak standing some 370 m high, called the 'Lion's Rock', which dominates the jungle from all sides. A series of galleries and staircases emerging from the mouth of a gigantic lion constructed of bricks and plaster provide access to the site of only the granite carved paws remain to this day.

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Dambulla

Dambulla cave temple also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla was declared a World Heritage Site in 1991. Situated in the central part of the country 148 km east of Colombo and 72 km north of Kandy. It is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. The rock towers 160 meters over the surrounding plains.

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Kandy

The Sacred City of Kandy, situated in the center of the country in the midst of hills of rare vegetal species. The monumental ensemble of Kandy is an example of construction that associates the Royal Palace and the Temple of the Tooth.

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Galle Fort

A natural harbor in the south coast line of Sri Lanka that has attracted many by travelers, due to its strategic location close to one of the world's oldest and busiest maritime lines linking east to the west lies the city of Galle, where the invading Portuguese built a the first fortification. Later with the power shift from the Portuguese to Dutch, was extensively fortified in the mid 1600s.

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Sinharaja Rain Forest

Declared a Bio sphere reserve and a UNESCO world heritage site, Sinharaja Rain forest is considered one of the finest virgin rain forest areas left on the planet, with a remarkably high diversity of plant species making it part of the bio diversity hotspots in the world. The reserve is only 21 km (13 miles) from east to west, and a maximum of 7 km (4.3 miles) from north to south, but it is truly a treasure trove of endemic species, including trees, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

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Central Highlands

The Central Highlands covers a land mass that extends including the Peak Wilderness Protected Area, the Horton Plains National Park and the Knuckles Conservation Forest on a elevation of about 2,500 metres above sea-level. The area is home to an extraordinary range of flora and fauna, with many endangered species such as the western-purple-faced langur, the Horton Plains slender loris and the Sri Lankan leopard finding refuge in the dense jungle cover.

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