SriLankaView by www.srilankaview.com The Virtual Traveller to SriLanka

 

About Srilankaview.com is a free web site that hope to enhance the visitor to the site, about the wonderful island called Sri Lanka, on Ancient Architecture, History and Travel through Photo Essays. Sri Lanka has a history that runs beyond 4th Century BC and has a rich heritage of Archeological sites scattered around the island that gives an insight to the Architectural feats of the earlier Sri Lankan people. The scenic beauty is second to none and the visitor will get a glimpse of the natural beauty of the island.

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Kandy Lake
Wall Painting
Ruwanweli Sthupa
Mihintale Rock
Kothmale view
Knuckles Range
Guardian Figures
Lankatilake Temple
Tea Plantation
Tissa Tank

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Think of making even a small contribution towards Preserving the Nature. You need not have to spend much to do so but even planting a tree in your garden and caring for its growth may contribute towards the cause. Once you get the hang of it, you would love every moment of your involvement in it.

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Support or at least allow him to stand on his own. Don't contribute to his DOWNFALL

SriLankaView invites its viewers to become mindful of the ecological surroundings and habitats that are being threatened by human activities that would one day cause irreversible damage to the Nature of our World. If one has even a faint desire or a wish of hope that the Nature survives us, that thought alone would make one more unselfish and a true guardian of the future generations.

 

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