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The Sri Lanka Blue Magpie or Ceylon Magpie (Urocissa ornata), a member of the crow family, is endemic to the hill forests of Sri Lanka. (Photo © Christoph Moning)

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A comprehensive map of Sri Lanka’s road systems, historical and religious sites, forests and Wildlife sanctuaries, harbors and diving sites, a guide to explore the country, find your way around or guide to simply to get lost amidst the splendor and beauty of the country.

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Negombo: A Beautiful Beach Town in Sri Lanka

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Adam's Peak: Trekking Sri Lanka's most sacred mountain

'Every second, new colours," said my guide, Dharme, as the sky turned from crimson to gold. As the sun rose, the landscape below took shape – distant peaks soared above valleys which dipped beneath a canopy of mist. Waterfalls plunged, white stupas peeked out from the jungle, and coloured flags were illuminated in the early light.

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Travel Advice: Don't Let Your Fear Stop You From Travelling (& Bonus PDF

sri lanka flagge im Sri Lanka Reiseführer http://www.abenteurer.net/2824-sri-lanka-reisefuehrer/

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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC), a confederation of trade associations in Sri Lanka recently partnered with AB Partners AS as part of the Sri Lanka-Norway Business Matchmaking Program (BMMP).

Sri Lanka

Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in the northern Indian Ocean. The British took over in 1796 an became a colony in 1802. Total area: 25,332 sq mi. Population (2010 est.): 21,5 millions.The capital, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, is a suburb of the largest city, Colombo. The name Ceylon was changed to Sri Lanka. | Sri Lanka ❁

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