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Magul Maduwa, Kandy

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4.3/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
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  • Good place, as in the whole entire religious cent tooth, the entire complex into one price. True prices.
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  • Magula Maduwa is located in the interior of the enclosure where it is also the Sri Dalada Maligawa, which is a must-see for all tourists visiting the country. Probably the most visited Temple of all Sri Lanka. You must keep in mind that it is one of the strictest in terms of clothing and therefore must carry the appropriate clothing to avoid problems with access. We had to buy several large scarves to enter completely covered (even with a very puff jacket, with large holes, prevent you entry). To visit the Magula Maduwa should pay 1000 rupees per person more gratuity or what they charge you for letting the shoes. This ticket allows you to visit all the buildings in the complex of the temple, the Sri Dalada Maligawa (the Temple of the tooth of Buddha) and everyone else. This building stands out above all by the beautiful carved wooden columns holding it. It is very close to the main temple and it costs nothing to scroll a few meters to be able to admire the work developed for the wood carving. In addition, if you do excessive heat, it is a good place to protect themselves from the Sun. Greetings to all travelers.
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  • Is located on the territory of the Temple of the tooth. A separate ticket is not needed. This is a gallery of very beautiful carved wooden pillars, beneath the canopy of red tile roofs always shadow and coolness. Once upon a time there was a room closer to the King, the audiences to the Temple of the tooth stood a throne. Preserved from the time when Kandy was the capital of the country (so says Guide). In Colombo, a similar Gallery, modern buildings, only stone carving, but patterns of columns perfectly copy this. Ornaments of columns and capitals, it seems, are not repeated. And, of course, all carved drawings depict Lotus)
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  • This is the place where the protocol were signed between british colony & the Sinhala King in 1815. it has very Historical value on a historical place.
  • $10 entrance fee: museum not included. Shame that.
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