voir toutes les photos et vidéos de Anurâdhapura infos média Anurâdhapura par locello changer la... Modern day view of the Ancient city of Anuradapura,(900 BC) -Initially Anuradhapura was at least 10... Accommodations in hand-picked guesthouses , Medium hotels or star hotels which are recommended in... Zakoupit licenci Zakoupit obraz Sri Lanka's city of ninety king's, Anuradhapura founded in the 5th century B.C. is first among its... Anurdhapura Bishop Rt Rev Norbert Andradi blessing the student who garlanded him,... Anuradhapura. Friends The desolate Anuradhapura town in the aftermath of the attack on the airbase. Pic. by Athula Bandara... Archeological excavations in Anuradhapura confirm that people lived in the area as early as 500 B.C.... Kuttam Pokuna Bathing pool of the monks of Abhayagiri Monastery. The Elephant wall of the great Ruvanweli Seya Dagoba. The elephants carry the dagoba just like in... Zakoupit licenci Zakoupit obraz Zakoupit licenci Zakoupit obraz Women’s contribution to the Sri Lankan economy is remarkable as major foreign exchange earning... Anuradhapura byla prvním hlavním městem starověké Srí Lanky. Po období nebývalé slávy nastal úpadek,... This image belongs to britman 's gallery. Upload your picture today for free! The Thuparamaya stupa at Anuradhapura Copyright © Guia Geográfico - Travel and Tourism - More maps of Asia: Kuwait , India , Jordan ,... VIII India again Seaside Ruin Mahabalipuram Anuradhapura – MIHINTALE -Anuradhapura Anuradhapura was Sri Lankas First Known Kingdom built by King Anuradha. Being Sri Lankas Capital for... Relief of a Mithuna couple at Isurumuniya Noch nicht klassifizierte Künstler Bild- o. Artikelnr:... Picture by Doug Burnett Rate this pic: Using the enormous experience he has on making similar documentaries on various sites, two complete... Head to head in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. After the fall of Anuradhapura, the kings moved the capital to Polonnaruwa, and the once magnificent... Coordinates: 9°40′0″N 80°0′0″E / 9.66667°N 80.00000°E / 9.66667; 80.00000 Le dagoba (ou stupa) fait 115 m de haut.