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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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Habarana is famous among tourists and locals as the nearby National Wild Life Parks; Minneriya, Kaudulla, and Hurulu Wewa Eco Park, which has a huge population of elephants.

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Somawathi Chethiya was built in 2 nd centaury BC and this stUpa is said to enshrine The Right Tooth Relic of Buddha.

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You have to take the turn from Hingurakkgoda and proceed about 20 kms to reach Medirigiriya.

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Dimbulagala Raja Maha Viharaya is situated 16 kilometres away from Polonnaruwa, off the Polonnaruwa Batticaloa (A11) road.

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As described in the great chronicles, king Parackramabahu-1 planted one thousand plants of every variety in the Laksa Uyana during his kingdom in Polonnaruwa.

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Built by Parakramabahu-l, this is a circular relic house which is said to have formerly housed the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha.

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This is situated to the South-West in the quadrangle and is a well preserved monument.

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King Vijayabahu I, built the tst Palace in the Citadel. During the rebellion staged by the Velaikkar soldiers when the King was away, the palace was torched.

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The Pothgul Vehera or Library Monastery takes its name from the circular library situated in the monastery complex.

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The Parakrama Samudraya or ’Sea of Parakrama’, a gigantic reservoir, was constructed by King Parakramabahu the Great in the 12th century by combining an earlier reservoir named ”Thopawewa” and two other reservoirs.

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This palace, said to have belonged to King Nissanka Malla (12th Century), is situated in the Dipuyyana or Island Park, a promontory jutting out into the Thopawewa.

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A stupa believed to have been erected by Parakramabahu-1 on behalf of his consort Queen Subadra.

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The Galvihara or ’Rock Monastery’ said to have been built by Parakramabahu-1 contains three large images of the Buddha hewn out of granite.

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Polonnaruwa, the medieval capital of Sri Lanka, rose to fame after the decline of Anuradhapura.

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