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Anuradhapura is a historically significant city in Sri Lanka, renowned for its ancient ruins and its role as the first capital of the island. It was the center of early Sri Lankan civilization, with a history dating back over two millennia. The city is dotted with well-preserved archaeological sites, including ancient dagobas (stupas), monasteries, palaces, and intricately carved stone sculptures. Anuradhapura is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place of pilgrimage for Buddhists, as it houses the sacred Bodhi tree, believed to be a descendant of the original tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment. This city is a treasure trove of cultural and historical heritage, offering visitors a glimpse into Sri Lanka's ancient past and its enduring religious significance