Nissankamalla

Nissankamalla

one of many Sri Lankan Kings with a special thing for architecture

Location: 

Nissankamalla Mawatha, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

Duration: 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Nissanka Malla: known for its unique architecture
  2. Intreague: claimed the throne after some murders
  3. Polonnaruwa: later Sri Lankan Kingdom (1,000 AD)
  4. Nissanka Latha Mandapaya: an architectural marvel
  5. Sri Lankan Monary: a dozen Kings rule for 2, 5 millennia

Image sources

  1. Lush green forest
  2. Ancient Ruins
  3. Parakramabahu
  4. Crumbling walls
  5. Entrance door

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