When you are traveling in the beautiful island of Sri Lanka you will get the chance to visit some truly impressive sites of historic significance. The ancient kings who ruled island created stunning masterpieces that silently but ceaselessly testify to the glories of the past.

Nuwara Wewa in Ancient Anuradhapura

The majestic Nuwara Wewa is one such incredible creation. You will be able to see and admire when you are traveling in the ancient city of Anuradhapura. It is the largest of the three reservoirs in the city. The beautiful reservoir is believed to have been built by King Valagamba. He ruled the island in the first century BC. Indeed your tour in the ancient city will not be complete without a visit to this famous reservoir.

The embankment of the Nuwara Wewa is 3 miles long. It has a height of 37 feet too. A dam has also been built across Malwathu Oya to divert water to the Nuwara Wewa.

Nuwara Wewa in Ancient Anuradhapura

You will be able to visit this charming attraction with great ease as you travel in the island with Green Holiday Centre. Make sure you enjoy a comprehensive tour in the island so you will be able to create enchanting memories. Try to travel with a reputed tour guide. So you will be able get to know details about the prominent attractions that you visit.

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