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Sankiliyan Manthiri Manai - Nallur
Sankiliyan Manthiri Manai - Nallur
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Karainagar Thikkarai Murugan Kovil
Karainagar Thikkarai Murugan Kovil
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Keraitivu - Sangupiddy Bridge
Karaitivu - Sangupiddy Bridge
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Manipay Ladies College
Manipay Ladies College
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Jaffna Vaitheeswara College
Jaffna Vaitheeswara College
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Jaffna Town
Jaffna Town
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Kondavil Agricultural Land
Kondavil, a beautiful village, 4 km North of Jaffna city is endowed with nature's gift of rich red soil. Once agriculture was booming in Kondavil and consists mostly of farmers. Tobacco, onion, Potatoes, and chilly are the main cultivars of Kondavil. The villagers wake up before dawn to start work in their farmland. The village can be approached via both KKS and Palaly roads. The main bus depot of Jaffna district is also located in Kondavil.
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Jaffna Railway Station
Jaffna Railway Station was one of the busiest stations and the second largest station in Sri Lanka one time. It’s the main railway station in the Jaffna district for the Northern Line linking Jaffna with other regions. The railway station was opened in 1902. The architecture of the station was unique to Jaffna. The station was abandoned with the stoppage of Northern Line in 1990, and it suffered heavy damages due to the civil war. The reconstruction of the station is expected to be completed in 2013.
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Neervely Arasakesari Pillaiyar Kovil
Neervely Arasakesari Pillaiyar Kovil is situated along the Jaffna - Point Pedro road, in Neervely, which is about 8km North of Jaffna city. It is believed that the temple was built by Arasakesari, the minister of the kingdom of Jaffna during King Pararajasekaran’s period (1478-1519). The temple is also known as Sempaddu Pillayar. The presiding deity in the sanctum sanctorum (moolasthanam) of the temple is Rajasimma Ganesar . The annual festival is conducted for 11 days in August /September.
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Manipay Hindu College
Manipay Hindu College is one of the popular schools in Sandilipay division, in the Valikamam region. It's located in Manipay, along the Sangarapillai Road, off Manipay - Annaicoddai Road. It is an Assisted Private (Non-Fee Paying) Grade 1 boy’s school founded by Mr. W. Sangarapillai in July 1910. The college has classes from grade 1 to grade 13 with over 900 in the student roll. The college motto is “For God and Country” and its flag colour is blue and red.
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