Trincomalee is a port city situated on the east coast of Sri Lanka and the biggest city in Eastern Province. Trincomalee is an anglicized version of the Tamil word Tirukonamalai (which means "lord of the sacred hill"); it is a hill situated in the end of a natural land formation that resembles an arc. It is one of the main where Tamil is spoken at large scale.
View of the colourful Koneswaram temple. Surrounded by the dramatic Swami Rock and Gokarna Bay, the classical-medieval complex is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
Ravana’s Cleft (or ‘Lovers’ Leap’) at Swami Rock is the name of this natural rock formation stems back from the legend of King Ravana who when moving the colossal rock dropped his sword because of god Shiva, which fell and created the dramatic parting in the rock.
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