Sigiriya Damsels In Sigiriya

A pair of strange metal spiral staircases, resembling the architecture of the Victorian era led up to a recess, sheltered in the rocks and became the home to a gorgeous sight, supposedly called Sigriya Damsels. It was specially built in the 5th century as per the orders of King Kasyapa. It is one of the largest murals and features paintings of 21 bare chested, beautiful women painted on to the face of a sheer rock. These paintings are unlike the others you would find in Sri Lanka.

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