Trincomalee in Sri Lanka is an attractive and important place to visit. This article contains the most popular places to visit in Trincomalee.
There are small descriptions and related images of those places. This Google map contains;
- Important places in Trincomalee
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Koneswaram Temple | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This is a popular temple among Sri Lankans due to the belief in the holy power this temple has to bring them what they wish to get.
Other than that there is an ancient story of the great king Maha Rawana who ruled this area. this was constructed in the year 1580 BC and was destroyed by the Portuguese in the year1622.
In the year 1952, this temple has reconstructed up to the condition that we are seeing in the present.
Shaktipeeth Shri Shankari Devi Temple
This temple is also situated adjacent to the Koneswaram Temple and it is a significant holy temple of Hindu pilgrims. The original Shankari Devi Temple is said to be built by King Ravana.
This fort is known as Trincomalee Fort or the Fort of Triqillimale. This was built by the Portuguese in the year 1623 and furtherly developed by Dutch.
Pathirakali Amman Kovil | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This is also a popular temple among Hindus. This temple is known as Pathirakali Ambal Kovil or the Kali Kovil which is dedicated to the goddess Kali Amman.
Trincomalee British War Cemetery | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This is the cemetery of the soldiers who died in Sri Lanka during world war II.
This place is also situated in front of the Koneswaram Kovil. So many couples have ended up their love stories here by committing suicide. There is a huge leap from the temple and the sea area is also very deep here.
Dutch Bay | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This bay is situated in the centre of Trincomalee, and it is very attractive and picturesque. Sri Lankans and foreigners are very eager to attend for boat trips to see its beauty.
This ancient temple lies on the premises of fort Fredrick. This was destroyed by the Portuguese in the year 1624. From time to time this temple was constructed up to the present condition.
Girihandu Seya | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This Seya is known as the first Buddhist Stupa in Sri Lanka and it is situated in Thiriyai.
This is also situated in front of the Koneswaram Kovil. There is a legend that tells how King Rawana cut the Rawana Abyss with his sword.
Velgam Vehera | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
This is also an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Kinniya, which was built in the period of great King Devanampiyatissa.
Kanniya Hot Water Springs | Trincomalee Sri Lanka
There are seven wells containing different temperatures of the water. Anyone visiting here can have a good bath because this place has been constructed to that good condition.
Read about the hidden beauty of the Trincomalee Harbour from this link- https://nextgenreaders.com/trincomalee-port-sri-lanka/
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