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Sigiriya, often referred to as the Lion Rock, is an ancient rock fortress in Sri Lanka. Rising 200 meters above the surrounding plains, it was constructed in the 5th century AD by King Kasyapa I as a palace and fortress complex. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for its stunning frescoes, extensive gardens, and advanced hydraulic engineering. The site provides a fascinating glimpse into the architectural and artistic achievements of ancient Sri Lanka and offers breathtaking views of the lush countryside.