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The Temple of the Tooth Relic

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 2 Comments » June 27th, 2008

KANDY, Sri Lanka – One of two Buddhist¬†holy sites in Sri Lanka, the Temple of the Tooth Relic in the mountain city of Kandy is one of Sri Lanka’s must-see sights.¬† Explore the temple in today’s photo gallery.

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2 Responses to “The Temple of the Tooth Relic”

  1. Manel Kappagoda Says:

    Thank you for these photos and captions. Sri Lanka is such a beautiful country but the conflict has overshadowed its many positive attributes. It’s really lovely to see these photos which capture everyday life in Sri Lanka and display some of the country’s extraordinary historical sights.

  2. Kim Says:

    I thoroughly enjoy reading and learning about the customs and traditions of your country. I think I see many parallels between celebrations and artifacts of Sri Lanka and India…is that true??? the photography is awesome…it makes me want to add Sri Lanka on my “To do” list!

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