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Embekka Devale temple

Listed under Temples in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

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Photo by Sherry Ott
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The Embekka Devale temple wasn't sturdy, but the carvings were impressive. The temple consisted of a long hall with pillars and intricate carved designs on each pillar, with no two alike.

The guide pointed to the ceiling and said in his broken English that no nails had been used for this temple, it was a complete wood architecture miracle! 

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Written by  Sherry Ott.

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