Beira Lake

Beira Lake

a green oasis in middle of a bustling city and business district

Location: 

Beira Lake, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Beira Lake: a green oasis in the business district of Colombo
  2. Slave Island: a district with a dark history, today modern and bright
  3. History: built by the Portuguese in the 15th century for protection
  4. Seema Malaka: rebuilt Buddhist temple floating on the surface 
  5. My trip: relaxed stroll around the green Lake in the big city

Image sources

  1. Modern green city
  2. Cuddling couple
  3. Crossing the bridge
  4. Buddhas at the shore
  5. Seema Malaka Temple

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