The historically and culturally rich town of Galle in Sri Lanka is sure to capture the imagination of the visiting sightseer. Many fascinating monuments and other attractions can be seen in Galle.
The magnificent Dutch Fort is Galle’s most significant and famous sightseeing attraction. The Fort inherits a rich history, having been initially constructed by the Portuguese and subsequently completed by the Dutch colonialists.
All Saints Anglican Church
The striking All Saints Church will undoubtedly make a strong impression on the discerning sightseer. This remarkable shrine which was consecrated as long ago as 1871 presents an attractive site for the culture lover. If you are craving to learn more about this city, consider staying in a hotel in Galle the likes of The Fortress Resort and Spa and take your time exploring its streets and many treasures
Historical Mansion Museum
This intriguing museum displays a myriad of artefacts that will capture the interest of the sightseer. Here you will have the opportunity to view an engrossing collection of unusual items dating from the colonial period as well as other periods in the history of Sri Lanka.
Dutch Reformed Church
Having the distinction of being the oldest existing Protestant shrine to be seen in Sri Lanka, this church dates from the year 1755. The interior of the church although unpretentious exudes a mysterious atmosphere that will capture the imagination of the culture lover.
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