HERITAGE SITES
 
Sri Lanka Heritages Foundation endeavours to bring in value to our hallowed history. It is vital to do research on folklore and legends as it constitutes a distinct part of our traditional heritage, which is passed down from generation to generation, since pre-history to date. There are historical, archaeological and legendary evidence existing in Sri Lanka to prove its validity. When it is researched we will know who we are, from where we have come, and will give context to where we are heading as a nation.  

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s oldest living civilizations; it is a colourful and lively. According to Buddhist classics, it is the Kingdom of Theravada Buddhism which influenced to build in compassion among us to mix together cordially with people of many other faiths, cultures, customs and languages, to form a combined whole.

Today; Sri Lanka is carving a niche economically. Enchanting Sri Lanka …is the nature’s treasure trove of art, architecture; philosophy, classical dances and music; the sky scraping Dagobas, Rock Fortress Sigiriya,  Sinharaja Rain Forest, Adams Peak and its  wilderness, the rich fauna; birds, peacocks, reptiles,  elephants, sloth bears and the endemic leopard and more… which can be seen at close range in their habitats.

Our heritage gives us understanding and it conveys the stories of our development as a nation, our spirit and our exceptional uniqueness. Heritage is an inheritance that helps define our future. By identifying, protecting and managing our heritage we are conserving a valuable asset and ensuring that those places will continue to be experienced and enjoyed by future generations.

Our heritage is managed at various levels by the government and list places of heritage values. Sri Lanka’s national heritage comprises exceptional historical, archaeological, cultural and nature that contribute to our national identity. National heritage defines the vital moments in our development as a nation and echo achievements, joys and sorrows in the lives of Sri Lankans. It also encompasses those places that reveal the richness of our extraordinarily diverse natural heritage.

To ensure the on-going protection of a National Heritage places, a management plan should be prepared that sets out how the heritage values of the site will be protected or conserved. Plans need to be consistent with the National Heritage management principles. Where a National Heritage place is the Government must venture to ensure that a management plan is prepared and implemented in cooperation with the relevant authorities and institutions concerned.

The Ministers who are responsible for preparing management plans for National Heritages are required to review it every five years.

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TOWNS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
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TRAVEL AGENTS HOTELS
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LIST OF BEACHES
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GREATNESS OF SRI LANKA
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OLDEST HUMAN FOUND IN SRI LANKA
Oldest Human found in Sri Lanka