Polonnaruwa, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the medieval capital of Sri Lanka, showcasing the architectural brilliance of its time. The intricately sculpted statues and imposing structures of Gal Vihara, including the colossal reclining Buddha, evoke a sense of awe and reverence. The city’s ancient reservoirs, such as Parakrama Samudra, exemplify the sophisticated irrigation systems of that era. Polonnaruwa invites visitors on a journey through the glory days of Sri Lanka’s medieval past.

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