Having walked around the Galle Fort, our driver took us to the Dutch Reform Church, which is also situated within the Galle Fort area.
The Dutch Reform Church was built nearly 250 to 300 years ago and is significant landmark visited by many tourists. The church we were told had undergone several major changes during the British occupation and a fair amount of restoration has been carried out more recently.
The building is very well maintained and I thought was a charming piece of architecture.
It is a very important part of Sri Lankan history, highlighting the influence European occupation has had on the island.
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