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Sigiriya Sri Lanka

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The ladies in the pictures below are known as the daughters of king Kashyapa, and they are on the Sigiriya cave walls.
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Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
the view from the tip is amazing
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Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
Porcelain-like, the wall is partially covered with verses scribbled by visitors to the rock, and it has verses dating back from the 8th century. Today writing on the mirror wall has been banned.
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Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
Translated as Lion Rock, Sigiriya stands proudly, 200 metres tall, with slashes of orange stone that cut across the normally blue Sri Lankan sky. Although a bit of a tourist hot spot if visited just before sundown, Sigiriya and the Dambulla...
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At the summit of the rock is the fortified palace with its ruined buildings; the pleasure is going up there through a series of narrow walkways and rusty staircases, and it's all worth it looking from the top!
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Sigiriya sits in an area dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters high. According to an ancient Sri Lankan chronicle, the site was selected by King Kasyapa (477–495 C.E.) for his new capitol. He built his palace on the top of this...