2000 years’ worth of history of ancient times is an immense pride for Sri Lanka. This is one of the major reasons that this small island will always have something that can surprise tourists and travelers. Anuradhapura is one the most ancient places in Sri Lanka and is known to be the home of many mysterious sites and some of the most sacred places in the world. The whole city of Anuradhapura is filled with wonders of the ancient world and many interesting places to visit. The many religious locations of this area have been preserved for more than 1000 years, along with ancient ruins that were wonders of the past civilizations. Visiting Anuradhapura will allow you to step back in time to an age of kings, and see for yourself about the excellent technology and culture of ancient Sri Lanka.

5 Replies to “Anuradhapura”

  1. […] and the history of it can be traced back to an ancient time even before the Auradhapura era. Kataragama plays a critical role in the history of ancient Sri Lanka as it served as a capital […]

  2. […] all Pali Canon was first written down in the history of the ancient world. This was done in the Anuradhapura era, and ever since then, Matale has played a big part in the history of ancient times. A famous […]

  3. […] Waewa is one of the biggest lakes in Sri Lanka. Built in the Anuradhapura Era during the reign of King Dhathusena, Kala Wewa has many legends that are attached to it. Kala […]

  4. […] Wewa is located in Anuradhapura and is considered to be one the oldest artificially constructed tanks in Sri Lanka. This clear lake […]

Leave a Reply