Eragama Sapanagar Archaeological Site – එරගම සපානගර් පුරාවිද්‍යා භූමිය

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Close to the Sapanagar Archaeological site

Close to the Sapanagar Archaeological site

Eragama (Irakkamam in tamil) is a town in the Ampara District with over a 90% of the population is Muslims. A rock plain with an ancient inscription, ruins of an ancient stupa and other evidence of a ancient temple complex in the village of Sapanagar in Eragama has been declared as a protected archaeological site by the Government with the Gazette issued on 10th October 2014, and describes the location as follows;

“Rock plain with rock inscription, place containing ruins of Dagoba and Kethukawata at 8th Mile Post (latitude 07º 12′ 49” N and longitude 081º 44′ 32” E) belonging to, Sapanagar village situated in Grama Niladhari Division No. 5-2-34-015 Irakkamam 02 in the Divisional Secretary’s Division, Eragama (Irakkamam), in Ampara District in Eastern Province.”

GPS location is marked based on the above description. However it is recommended to get more information and directions before attempting to visit the place. It is very unlikely that you would get any assistance in locating this site from the predominately non buddhist villagers who would rather prefer to see such sites disappear.

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Travel Directions to Eragama Sapanagar Archaeological Site

Route from Pottuvil to Eragama Sapanagar Archaeological Site

Through : Eragama
Distance : 14 km
Travel time : 30 mins
Time to spend : 15-30 mins
Driving directions : see on google map

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