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Mahatittha Port, in present day Mannar area, is first mentioned in connection with the landing of Vijaya’s second wife and undoubtedly this port was known to mariners and merchants of India even in the pre-Aryan era.

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Port of Jambukola, identified as the present day Kankesanthurai, served as the port to North India.

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Pomparippu Burial Site is said to be a burial ground spreading over 3-4 acres of land on the Puttalam Mannar coast.

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The Palk Strait is a strait that lies between the Tamil Nadu state of India and Sri Lanka. It connects the Bay of Bengal with the Gulf of Mannar.

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This Fort is built by the Portuguese in 1560 and taken over by the Dutch in 1658 and rebuilt;

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The sand dunes keep ’shifting’ one location to a another,hence, the term ’dancing’ islets.

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This tree is believed to have been planted by the Arabian Sailors in or around 1477.

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You can reach Mannar on A-30 road from Vavuniya and A-14 from Medawachchiya, and few kilometers along the causeway.

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