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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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