About The Abhayagiri Dagoba
The Abhayagiri Dagoba is a Buddhist shrine in the UNESCO-listed ancient city of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.
Probably built in the second or first century BC, the Abhayagiri Dagoba was an important Buddhist monastery of its time and remains a pilgrimage site.
Anuradhapura is a sacred ancient city in Sri Lanka the remains of which are UNESCO-listed.
Thuparamaya is a third century BC Buddhist shrine believed to hold one of Buddha’s relics.
The Jetavanarama Dagoba is a vast Buddhist shrine in Anuradhapura built in the third century AD.
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