Sagama Unnamed Archaeological Site – සාගම නිර්ණාමික පුරාවිද්‍යා භූමිය

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Sagama Archaeological site - ruins been destroyed
Sagama Archaeological site – ruins been destroyed
Image courtesy of Dr. Ashan Geeganage

An un-named archaeological site carries a identification board of the archaeology department at the rocky area south of the Sagama Reservoir (Sangaman Tank) visible to the Akkarapattu – Sagama toad.  Whatever ruins which it had has been completely destroyed.

Unfortunately most locals  in the North and South with a majority are Tamil or Muslim are in the process of wiping out all evidence of lesser known archaeological sites in these regions before they became widely known. This site also may have faced the same fate similar to the two stupas which were bulldozed at Gamini Tissa Monastery which lies only 4 kilometers away.


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Map of the Sagama Unnamed Archaeological Site

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The map above also shows other places of interest within a approximately 20 km radius of the current site. Click on any of the markers and the info box to take you to information of these sites

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Traveling Directions to the Sagama Unnamed Archaeological Site

Route from Trincomalee to Sagama Unnamed Archaeological Site

Through : Akkarapattu – Sagama toad
Distance : 14 km
Travel time : 20 mins
Driving directions : see on google maps


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