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Medagama is a village in Sri Lanka. It is located within the Uva Province. It is placed in the middle of a mountain range.This is the reason it's named Medagama (Meda=middle Gama=Village).
Sri Lanka, officially the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in South Asia, located in the Indian Ocean to the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and to the southeast of the Arabian Sea. The island is geographically separated from the Indian subcontinent by the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait. The legislative capital, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, is a suburb of the commercial capital and largest city, Colombo.
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Medagama National School is a main knowledge hub of Monaragala district. It was called Medagama Maha Viduhala in the past. Now it is introduced as Medagama National School, "මැදගම ජාතික පාසල"
Bank of Ceylon is a government-owned, major commercial bank in Sri Lanka. Its head office is located in an iconic cylindrical building in Colombo, the political and commercial capital of the island.
Lunugala is a town in the Sri Lankan province of Uva.There are 26 Grama Niladhari Divisions in the Lunugala Divisional Secretariat Division
Kegalle is a large town in Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. It is located on the Colombo–Kandy road, approximately 78 km (48 mi) from Colombo and 40 km (25 mi) from Kandy. It is the main town in the Kegalle District, which is one of two districts which comprise Sabaragamuwa Province. The town is governed by an Urban Council.
Gampaha is an urban city in Gampaha District, Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is situated to the north-east of the capital Colombo. It is the sixth largest urban area in Western Province, after Colombo, Negombo, Kalutara, Panadura and Avissawella. Gampaha is also the second largest municipal centre in Gampaha district, after Negombo. Gampaha has a land area of 25.8 ha and is home to the offices of 75 government institutions.
Wattala is a large suburb of Colombo city, in Western Province, Sri Lanka, situated around 9km from Colombo city centre. This suburb is situated on A3 highway from Colombo to Negombo. Around Wattala, there are many villages and towns.
Maddegama is a village in the western province, Sri Lanka of Sri Lanka. It is located next to the Kirindiwela-Hanwella road.
Bogahakumbura is a rural town in Sri Lanka. It is located in Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. Majority of people in the area are involved with vegetable cultivation.
Haburugala is a small town in Sri Lanka. It is located within Southern Province. Sri Punyarathana Dhamma School in Choola Bodhi Viharaya Buddhist temple, Dharmaraja Vidyalaya, Elakaka Maha Vidyalaya schools are situated in Haburugala. Most of the villagers are farmers who spend their time on paddy fields. The path to the village is surrounded by beautiful scenes such as Dedduwa river, Bentotat river, Bentota beach, Dedduwa marshland. Typical day has the temperature around 26 degrees Celsius.
Gandara is a village in the Matara District on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, 168 kilometres (104 mi) from Colombo. It is an important village in Matara. It was slightly affected by the Asian tsunami in December 2004.
Urumuththa Almeda Maha Vidyalaya is a government school for boys and girls in Urumuththa Akuressa, Sri Lanka that is located in the Akuressa Road Urumuththa Village. The college is situated in a hilly area, close to Akuressa main road with natural surroundings. The college was initially founded as a Buddhist school in 1930. The college presently consists of over 1000 students with children studying from primary level to secondary level education with a faculty of 40 teachers.
Monaragala Royal College is a national school in Monaragala, Sri Lanka.
Bothale Ihalagama is a village nearby Mirigama, Gampaha District, Western Province, Sri Lanka. It is 4 km from Mirigama and 7 km Warakapola. Bothale Ihalagama is the home of Sri Lanka's first Prime Minister D.S. Senanayake.
Pusulpitiya Raja Maha Vihara is an ancient Buddhist temple which is located in Pusulpitiya village, Nuwara Eliya District, Sri Lanka. It is situated in Kotmale about 3 miles from Morape on the banks of the Kotmale Oya. Currently this temple has been recognized as an archaeological protected site in Sri Lanka.
Buddama Raja Maha Vihara is a historic Cave temple in Buddama village, Monaragala district, Sri Lanka. Buddama is a rural village lying off Siyambalanduwa town and known as one of early settlements in the country. Currently the temple has been formally recognised by the Government as an archaeological site in Sri Lanka.
Nikasala Aranya Senasanaya or Nikasala Forest Hermitage is an ancient Cave temple in Panduwasnuwara DS, Sri Lanka. The temple is situated at Dematawakanda in Kanduboda-Moragane Village, about 5 km (3.1 mi) far from the ancient kingdom of Panduwasnuwara. The monastery has been formally recognised by the Government as an archaeological site in Sri Lanka. The designation was declared on 6 July 2007 under the government Gazette number 1505.
Tomb of Vijaya is an ancient monument, situated on the hillock of Medagama Kanda, Panduwasnuwara DS in Sri Lanka. The monument site consists of a stupa shaped circular structure which is traditionally believed to be the tomb of King Vijaya, the first recorded ruler of Sri Lanka. The hillock of Medagama Kanda lies about 6 km (3.7 mi) south-east of the ancient kingdom, Panduwasnuwara and is surrounded by another two historic temples, Nikasala Aranya Senasanaya and Kande Medagama Raja Maha Vihara. In 2007 the monument was formally recognised by the Government as a protected archaeological site in Sri Lanka.