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Udayagiri Raja Maha Viharaya Archaeological Ruins at Ampara – අම්පාර උදයගිරි රජමහා විහාරය පුරාවිද්‍යා භූමිය

A stone lamp at Udayagiri Rajamaha Viharaya

Udayagiri Raja Maha Viharaya at Ampara is an ancient temple going as far as 1st-3rd century BC. It is believed that this temple lies on the battle ground of King Parakrambahu and Queen Sugala Devi.

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Samanbedda Ancient Cave Temple at Ampara – අම්පාර සමන්බැද්ද ලෙන් විහාරය

A Sri Pathul Gala at Samanbedda Len Viharaya

Samanbedda cave temple is an ancient temple complex lying close to the Ampara town.This complex is believed to be built by king Saddhatissa (137-119 BC).

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Samangala Ancient Forest Hermitage in Ampara – සමන්ගල පුරාණ ලෙන් විහාරය

Guru Lena at Samangala

Samangala Cave Temple Complex believed to be built by the king Saddhatissa (137-119 BC) of Anuradhapura  lies about 23 kilometers away from the Ampara Town. This cave complex consists of ab0ut 50 dripledged caves in the eastern slopes of the

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Rajagala [2] : An Ancient Monastery in the jungles of Ruhuna

source : Sunday island Five miles north of Ampara, looming over the village of Bakiella, lies the rocky wilderness of Rajagala. Thickly forested, still and silent, Rajagala rises above the plain. Known in ancient times as the Girikumbhila vihare, it

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Rajagala Monastery – රජගල ආරණ්‍යය නටබුන්

Rajagala Viharaya and Monastery dating back to the pre christian era is situated in the Ampara on a rugged and thickly forested rocky mountain.

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