In the early 1800s, the British converted the old Dutch governor's palace into a church. Inside Sparta, the best part is the memorial of the fallen British Empire. It's free, but you must bypass external security checkpoints (if you tell them where to go, they will let you pass). We found this atypical church during a small neighborhood tour and we stayed at the Fairway Colombo Hotel. The gray surface (atypical surface) is covered with many plants, which is very beautiful. The interior looks more like a church to do
A small church, if you don’t look at the map, you can’t find it. It’s in a small corner, almost in a small alley. There’s nothing to see, but it has a long history and is worth it. Elegant.
There is a small church, which is really inconspicuous. We looked for it according to the tourist attraction recommendation and map on a certain website. Almost the entrance was almost impossible to find. I asked people to know the location. I didn’t expect the church to be so inside and small. Church, I saw it at a glance, it was quiet, no one
St. Peter's church is a very common name, and it feels very ordinary.
The appearance of St. Peter’s Church looks really hard to tell that it is a church. It just feels that it is a relatively solid old building with a sense of history. Although it is some age, it is still a very distinctive building. Inside, the style of decoration can still be seen in the style of the year. From the details of its decorations, it still has a low-key luxury. There were not many people in the church, in twos and threes, everyone was visiting quietly, and not many praying.
Preston_Dominguez: Colombo, Sri Lanka
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