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Where: Ramakale Mada Rd, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

When: Unknown

Description: Anuradhapura. The Isurumuniya. An interesting temple on the east side of the Tisáwewa (tank), supposed to have been originally constructed by King Déwánanpya Tissa, about 300 years before Christ.

Location: Anuradhapura, Ceylon

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Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/570.

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