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These were once the royal baths back in the day and they are well enough preserved to see how grand they must have been in tbeir heyday
They are beautifully ornate and though from the outside the complex is a high rectangle, the waters inside...More
We visited this site in June as part of a group tour through Trip A Deal. Our guide, Lakmal, lead us through the site explaining all the history and the site and the importance of it today. Like many other sites in Sri lanka, this...More
These are the Royal Baths that date back to the 11/12th century and have an unusual design - in that the outside is a square and the inside is a cross!In the centre of the bath is a carved stone lotus flower. there are carved...More
Ignore the green water, you can see from the design and decoration that it would have been a beautiful pool in its time. Be careful where you point your camera or the snake charmer will shout at you to give him money.
Lies inside in the inner city ancient ruins city Polonnaruwa the Kumara Pokuna is a royal bathing pool built entirely of smooth stone. Amazing it is so well kept after so long, the intricate work and design is beautiful.
Kumara Pokuna is a well preserved royal bath near the Royal site #32 at Ancient City of Polonnaruwa, and is located down a couple set of stairs (paved steps & hand rail) near #34 King's Council Chamber. This seemed to be the only pond in...More
Kumara Pokuna is site #32 at Ancient City of Polonnaruwa, and is located down a couple set of stairs (paved steps & hand rail) near #34 King's Council Chamber.
This seemed to be the only pond in the vicinity (and the only one we saw...More