Padaviya Parakramapura Archaeological Site Without a Name – පදවිය පරාක්‍රමපුර නිර්නාමික බෞද්ධ නටබුන්

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This is a an site conserved by the Department of Archaeology. This is probably and Aramic Complex built during the early Anuradhapura era. The considerably large Stupa, some buildings with large stone pillars and Buddha statues have been conserved. No other information has been available on site. Most Buddha statues has been vandalized by treasure hunters.

This site can be reached by taking the Kebithigollewa – Padaviya Road and continuing upto Parakramapura and taking a left turn from the Parakramapura junction. The marker on the Google maps below shows only approximate area.

Photos curtsey of Harsha Soysa

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Map of Un named Archaeological Site at Parakramapura – Padaviya

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Travel Directions to Un named Archaeological Site at Parakramapura – Padaviya

Route from Anuradhapura to Un named Archaeological Site at Parakramapura – Padaviya

Distance : 100 km
Travel time :2 hours
Driving directions : see on google map

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