Kalutara is a small town on the western coast of Sri Lanka. It is located about 22 miles south of Colombo, at the mouth of the Kalu Ganga (literally, the black river). The town's most important structure can be seen from far away: the dagoba of the Gangatilaka Vihara Buddhist Temple. It is the only dagoba in Sri Lanka that can be entered. Sri Lanka's native culture and atmosphere are still very present ...
The Portuguese, the Dutch and the British fought each other for control of this region for a long time.
Calido Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. It has managed to preserve an unspoilt aspect that pleases tourists.
Kalutara is the third largest city in the western region, after Negombo and Colombo.
Even though the many religions manage to cohabitate rather peacefully throughout the country, the Christian community is sometimes the target of planned attacks.
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