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Dondra Head is the southernmost point in Sri Lanka which is marked by a 19th century built lighthouse. Dondra was originally known as Devi Nuwara, the ‘City of Gods’ where there was a revered temple which was dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, which was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1588. From the original temple, only a small shrine believed to be from the 7th century still remains. Today, the Devi Nuwara Devale is a Buddhist temple complex with a large Buddha statue within it.

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