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Tsunami Photo Museum, Telwatta

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Reviews
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  • Depressing, profound and poignant. You can get a good impression of the disaster that has occurred here. Presented with testimonials, images, drawings. You must suppress permanent tears during the visit, if one reads of the fates! Visit when you're in Sri Lanka!
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  • Just go... Real quick for a little light I am and how quickly things can be different I realized once again. Life is more than possession and taken for granted. We are often as arrogant. There are no words that can express what's happened to these people, seen and suffers have. I bow of humility to the nature. May give power love us all, to deal friendly with each other.
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  • Very moving display of photos and written stories from people affected by the tsunami. It highlights how much the lovely people of Sri Lanka have suffered........we were very quiet for a couple of hou...  more »
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  • It gives you a very sad feeling but also a good reminder of how nature can become devastating. There was plenty of information and lots of pics about the fatal 2004 Tsunami.
  • Can't take photos inside but a nice low budget museum. They'll ask you for tips when you leave though.
  • This is a an excellent little stop. Take half an hour between towns and see amazing collection of photos, some of them very graphic and upsetting, and get better understanding of the tsunami. Simple donation only and the curator gave excellent tour and explanations of photos.
  • 50+ feet Buddha statue
  • 50+ feet Buddha statue is in front of your eyes