An architectural wonder
The Jami-Ul-Alfar Mosque, commonly known as the Colombo Red Mosque, was constructed in the early 1800s. Many people come to this Indo-Saracenic architecturally styled mosque every day for religious and sightseeing reasons. The mosque is a historical marvel that will astound you with its distinctive colour patterns and outstanding design. With its enormous minarets, this oldest mosque in the Pettah area rises over the surrounding buildings and streets, and was previously a reliable landmark for sailors approaching Colombo harbour.
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Established in 1885, the Gangaramaya Temple located in Colombo demonstrates a mix of Sri Lankan, Thai, Indian, and Chinese architecture. It is one of the most visited and most iconic Buddhist temples in the city.
Colombo National Museum
The Sri Lanka National Museum, the country's largest museum, is located in Colombo and houses important collections such as exhibits relevant to the country's cultural and natural history.
Independence Memorial Hall
Independence Memorial Hall is a national monument in Sri Lanka built to commemorate Sri Lanka's independence from British rule on February 4, 1948, with the restoration of full governing responsibility to a Ceylonese‑elected legislature.
Colombo Lighthouse is a lighthouse in Colombo, Sri Lanka, operated and maintained by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority. It is located at Galbokka Point, south of the Port of Colombo, on the waterfront along the marine drive, in Colombo Fort.
The 261 feet tall Sambodhi Chaithya, a space rocket-like Buddhist stupa that sits atop two giant arches, is located in the Colombo harbor area. The shrine was built in a way that could be seen by anyone closing into the Port of Colombo by sea.
Lotus Tower, also known as the Colombo Lotus Tower, is a 350 m (1,150 ft) tall building in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The tower is the tallest self‑supported structure in South Asia as of 2019, and the second tallest structure in South Asia
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