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Nissanka Malla Palace

Ancient Central, Sri Lanka.
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This palace, said to have belonged to King Nissanka Malla (12th Century), is situated in the Dipuyyana or Island Park, a promontory jutting out into the Topawewa.
The audience hall contains pillars with inscriptions indicating the seats allocated to each minister as well as the Lion Throne on which the King sat. Also to be seen are the ruins of the bathing pond of the King which consisted of a large pool, square well with water spill and a circular chamber used as a dressing room.
Standing close to the shore of the lake, the ruins of the palace of Parakramabahu 1’s successor, Nissanka Malla (1187-96), are attractively located.

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