Ambuluwawa temple & biodiversity complex is a scenic destination consist of a multi-religious center with an invaluable biodiversity complex. It is an accurate representation of diversity & unity and also first of its kind on the island. There is a Buddhist temple, a Hindu Shrine, a Christian chapel, and an Islamic mosque that represents peace, diversity, and unity. This symphony is perfect for the location and the country at large.
Ambuluwawa belonged to the kingdom of the great Sinhala King Buvanekabahu IV who reigned in the 14th century, Gampola. The endeavor of constructing Ambuluwawa temple & biodiversity complex was so great that people wrote poems to commemorate the achievement of the same. This distinct yet straightforward multi-religious center is an amalgamation of the relentlessness of Sri Lankan citizens and the ambient peaceful nation.
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