This site does not attract the tourist crowds that the Ruwanwellseya does yet it possesses the holiest relic, namely the collarbone of Buddha. Small and recently restored it is surrounded by columns which once held up a roof. Similar columns abound all over this vast archaeological site. All are remnants of buildings and their role are roof props.
It retains an odd air of peace and serenity in a site which is mobbed at times of Poya, especially in June
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