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The Fort situated within Matara city limits was built to a unique shape of a six pointed star with space for 12 large cannons to cover approaches from all directions.

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160 km from Colombo. Nilwala river flows to the sea here.

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The largest seated Buddha statue is 50 m high. An old 8-storey building exists here and you can climb to the top of the building.

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The blow-hole, or ’Hummanaya’ in Mawella, Dickwella, is an attractive natural feature.

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The all major nesting habitats are located in the Galle District (Bentota, lnduruwa, Kosgoda, Thibbattawa, Ahungalle, Balapitiya and Unawatuna) and Hambantota District (Rekawa, Wellodaya, Kahanda modara, Walawemodara and Yala)

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Tangalle is on up-market point for tourism and accommodation.

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Kirinda Rajamaha Viharaya is located on top of the rock on a fine beach and is a most beautiful place.

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According to the legend, Lord Buddha, on his third and the last visit to Sri Lanka, was believed to have met King Mahasena who ruled the Kataragama area in 580 BC, listened to the Buddha‘s discourse and as a token of gratitude, this Stupa was built. Kiri Vehera stupa which stands in close proximity to the Kataragama Devalaya.

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Tissa Vehera is a place which the Buddha is supposed to have visited, and this 55m high Chethiya had been built by the King Kavantissa.

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Ussangoda National Park is the newest and the Ztst National Park declared in 2010 and encompasses places of archaeological, geographical and biological value.

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You can see how the salt is produced when you pass Hambantota town and proceed towards Tissamaharamaya.

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