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13 June 2020

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Galle Maritime Museum

The building used as a warehouse within Galle Fort, in an old Dutch period the Maritime Museum gives an insight into the marine biological and anthropological aspects of the southern region.

There are displays of passenger crafts that were used by old days traders, classic fishing crafts and fishing techniques used by the coastal fisherman, and marine eco-systems and the fauna and flora found off the southern coast

Feel the Cultural Experiences In Sri Lanka

This is a combination of a full sight seeing in Sri Lanka, including Historical sites such as Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa once home to ancient kingdoms, The famous rock fortress of Sigiriya, Dabulla Cave temple still retain many relics and artifacts of bygone eras. and the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Kandy, Colonial Architectures around the country and hill country water falls are must-see places.

Activities Near Galle

Galle was in the spotlight of this island many centuries before the colonial rulers came in to Ceylon. Arabs, Persians, Greeks and Roman merchants, adventurers attracted to this delightful port of Galle. Portuguese anchored in the fort of Galle in 1505 since then the modern history of Ceylon extended and continued for many a centuries attaching this island to the shrinking world. Portuguese dominance in the land for 135 years then the Dutch who then went on to build a remarkable landmark, the Galle Fort. In 1796, British took over and made the Galle fort their headquarters.

Today Galle fort is a UNESCO world heritage site and attracted among many tourists. Galle is not just a pretty place. It is a city of trade and art.

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Teaste Of Galle

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Galle Maritime Museum

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Galle National Museum

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Galle Fort

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