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Anuradhapura is one of the ancient cities in Sri Lanka, well known for its ruins depicting early Sri Lankan civilization. It is very famous among Buddhists pilgrims. Anuradhapura was earlier the capital of the Island (in ancient times) and most of the Kings who ruled Sri Lanka resided in this vast city. The city is now named as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
On the contrary to the historical data that indicates that the city is founded in the 5 century BC archeological data puts that date back to far as the 10 century BC. However it was King Pandukabhaya who planned the layout of the city and made it his capital in the 4th century BC. He constructed many reservoirs and shrines. The city reached its highest magnificence by the beginning of the Christian era. The city boasted some of the most complex irrigation systems in the ancient world.
Ruins are the only remains of what Anuradhapura used to be. Ruins generally have three classes of buildings: 1.Dagobas ( bell-shaped masses of masonry) 2.Monastic Buildings 3.Pokunas ( bathing tanks/ tanks that supply water for drinking)
The Eight Great Places For Veneration.
Other Famous Structures in Anuradhapura Sri Lanka known as Isurumuniya, Vessagiri, Toluwila Statue, Magul Uyana, Kuttam Pokuna , Samadhi Statue, Rathna Prasadaya, Kiribath Vehera, Naka Viharaya, Sela Cetiya, Dakkhina Stupa, Queen's Palace, Ritigala