History of Galle Fort
Galle Fort had built in the Bay of Galle which is the south west coast of Sri Lanka. In 1588, Portuguese built that fort and Dutch carry equipped from 1649 during the 17th century. Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka has maintained tremendous reconstruction of archaeological, architectural heritage monument and historical things about 423 years.
Galle Fort is commonly known as Dutch Fort or Ramparts of Galle which was affected during tsunami period. However, after reconstructed the fort, Galle Fort became Amangalla resort hotel. During the Dutch viagra 100mg india Governor it was converted to the New Oriental Hotel and then, it was the point for
the European passengers traveling between Galle Port and Europe.
Gale Fort is located in the Galle which is the southwest corner of Sri lanka. Forts were built on a small rocky peninsula on the seashore. Gale has connected with Colombo with 113 kilometers in distance. There is a rail links to Colombo and Matara from Galle. Sea route is also at Galle Port. Portuguese had built this fort to use as defense from the enemies in 1729.
This elite fort is surrounded by multi-cultural and multi-spiritual people with colorful old times. Inside the fort, Dutch people and Sri Lankan government have many properties which they interested to make one of the up to date wonders of the planet.
What Says UNESCO about Galle Fort?
Galle Fort is one of the heritage places in Galle. However, UNESCO has made the fort one of the world heritage places in the world. The fort is recognized as
education and cultural heritage UNESCO. It has identified as heritage because it has unique beauty of European and Asian architecture and tradition between 16th and 19th centuries.
Galle is one of the world artistic cities of the southern coast of this supernatural island with other best seven UNESCO sites in the country of Sri Lanka. Galle Fort is the best place for everyone to see the history and culture of Sri Lanka.