Ranmasu Uyana, Anuradhapura

Ranmasu Uyana, Anuradhapura

Ranmasu Uyana

Ranmasu Uyana is a park in Sri Lanka. It sits on approximately 40 acres (16 ha), and is a noted example of Sri Lankan garden architecture of the pre-Christian era. According to an inscription found in Vessagiriya, the water to the park was supplied by Tessa Wewa and then released to rice fields around Isurumuni Vihara.

【LK94000723: Ranmasu Uyana. Text by Lakpura™. Images by Google, copyright(s) reserved by original authors.】