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The solid looking Batticaloa Fort of hulking walls, the most picturesque of the small Dutch Forts of Sri Lanka was built by the Portuguese in 1628 as a trading and administrative center.

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Batticaloa Lighthouse called Muttuwaran Lighthouse built by the British in the year 1913 is located where the Batticaloa lagoon meets the Indian Ocean on the Bar Road.

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Batticaloa Lagoon, the largest lagoon features extensive mangrove swamps and some sea grass beds that attract a wide variety of water birds.

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The coastal town of Batticaloa lies on a narrow land facing Indian Ocean to the East and lagoon of Batticaloa.

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The second biggest town in the East. You have to cross the lagoon to enter the town along a causeway and a bridge.

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Velgam Vehera is some 14 km North West of Trincomalee off the Trincomalee Horowupothana road.

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The Seruwila Mangala Viharaya in Trincomalee district is considered as one of the most venerable ancient temples in the Eastern Province.

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Kinniya new bridge was built and Opened to public in 2009, it is 495 m long and the longest bridge in the country at the moment.

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Trincomalee is one of the oldest cities in Asia, it has served as a major maritime seaport in the international trading history of the island with South East Asia.

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You have to travel passing Arugam Bay, Panama and Okanda (an important hindu temple is Okanda, where the Hindus break rest during their long walk from Jaffna to Kataragama).

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Okanda Devalaya is believed to be the location God Skanda first sailed to Sri Lanka in a golden boat.

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You have to travel passing Arugam Bay to Panama, off Panama about 10 km you can visit Kudumbigala Arannya (in the Kudumbigala hermitage).

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Tharulengala is considered as the longest natural cave in Asia which has one of the oldest reclining Buddha statues.

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Muhudu Maha Viharaya near Arugam Bay, Pottuvil. The ruins of an ancient Buddhist Temple, which dates back to the pre-christian era, could be seen here.

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Arugam Bay is a fishing village on the Eastern coast just 3 km from Pottuvil town. You can reach Arugam Bay from Monaragala on A4 and from Batticaloa.

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The Gal Oya Development project was the first development project in the dry zone established in 1949, just after the independence.

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