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Thambalagamuwa village is along Kudagama road, passing Thambuththegama (on Anuradhapura Galgamuwa road) There are over 200 gypsy families who speak their original language Thelingu.

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The first stupa in Anuradhapura, not as big as other stupas. The shape of the stupa is like a heap of paddy.

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It is known as Kuttam Pokuna in Sinhala, and this can be considered as one of the most outstanding architectural and artistic creations of ancient Sri Lanka.

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Thapovanayas are considered to be the places of Buddhist monks residing in forest monasteries and practice meditation.

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Samadhi Buddha Image is situated in between the Abhayagiriya Stupa and Twin Ponds and belongs to the Abayagiri Aramic Complex.

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A monastic resident complex of Abhayagiriya (Uttara Maha Chethiya) also known as Pirivena, Prasada or Arama consist of principal residential units with small associated residential units at the four corners, water closets and urinals.

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This monastery probably had been designated as Uttara Megagiri Viharaya, situated about 1 km from Vijayarama.

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Jetavanaramaya, one of the most important Buddhist monasteries in Anuradhapura, was established by King Mahasen around the 3rd century AD.

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This closed pond which was utilized for the requirements of water by the monks, could be the ancient Maspotha Pokuna (lst Century BC).

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This colossal 38 feet Buddha statue has been carved out of a large granite rock face during the 8th century.

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This viharaya is situated beyond the Twin Ponds along the road to its North, and turning to right before the stone bridge.

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There are large collections of valuable artifacts including jewellery, pottery, religious sculpture, stone carvings, and squatting plates, discovered during archeological excavations are displayed here.

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Abhayagiri monastic complex is a World Heritage Site. Abhayagiriya rs the tallest brick edifice of the ancient world and the original height was 350 feet.

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Sri Lanka’s premier ancient city Anuradhapura, situated in the dry zone, was the first Sinhalese capital of Sri Lanka. its distance from Colombo is 206 kms.

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You can reach thlgala Kanda whichr of much historical value, 11 km from the Habarana Maradankadawala road.

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