The church is impressive, and the ground is covered with beautifully carved steles. It is conceivable that on the ground, there should be coffins of some important people. The location of the church is an important traffic road, so it looks special.
I found that many tourist attractions in Sri Lanka have good names, which are good ones that will fool people. When I was checking the scenic spot, I heard the name and went away admiringly. After arriving, I found that it was a small church. I was very disappointed.
Quite old Dutch church, this church, is in the middle of a road. It can be said to be abrupt. It separates a road and walks on both sides. If it is not to keep this church, he can completely disappear in the middle of the road. The biggest feature of the church that impressed me is the stone steles on the ground and inside.
The name is not very good, the landscape is good visual feeling.
This is a Dutch style church. Walk into this oldest church in Colombo, built in 1749, and see the old furnishings inside, which are said to be from the past. There were neither believers nor many tourists here, and we wandered aimlessly inside and out. On the thick walls of the church, there are some stone monuments embedded inside and outside. It is said that these monuments are the tombstones of the former Dutch governors, their wives and dignitaries at the time. The current location of this church is at a very busy intersection in Beta District. It was a wilderness outside the city walls of Colombo. The Dutch mistakenly regarded the local wandering jackals as wolves, so the name of the Wolf Valley Church was given.
Preston_Dominguez:Wolfendhal Street, Colombo 01100, Sri Lanka
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Jami-Ul-Alfar Mosque,Lankan Detours,Galle Face Green,Beira Lake,Seema Malaka