Sri Lanka’s second most ancient kingdom is Polonnaruwa. It became the island-nation’s capital city in 1070 AD after King Vijayabahu I defeated the Chola invaders and reunited the island under one local leader. This mystical ancient city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which means its host country must guarantee its protection and preservation for future generations to enjoy.
Located in the country’s north-central province, Polonnaruwa is the second largest city in the province and certainly one of the cleanest and most beautiful. Local and foreign tourists regularly come here to see many ancient remains and tourist attractions. One of [Read more…]