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Sri Lanka, State of Asia, located in the Indian Ocean, is formed by the homonymous island and some smaller islets, and is separated from the extreme south of the Indian subcontinent by the Strait of Palk.The country, almost completely flat, encloses in its central part the only mountainous reliefs present, on whose southern slopes the immense tea plantations that have made the island famous extend from the colonial era. Although the country’s cultural roots lie in Indian tradition, Sri Lanka has always maintained its strong individuality, also aided by the island’s morphology. However, this trait has not prevented the overlapping of the many elements typical of the populations that arrived on the island who still today form homogeneous ethnic groups linked to their respective traditions: Sinhalese, Indo-European, Tamil. The island bears with it the signs of this composite past, also interwoven with religious practices: just as the monasteries and Buddhist temples hidden in the hills have always been considered the custody of the relics of the Buddha and the ruins of the ancient capital house inside them the Sacred Tree of Bo, descendant of that other tree under whose branches the Buddha became the enlightened one, the famous mountain of Adam’s Peak, which rises in the south of the island, belongs to the tradition of three religions, which here claim the seat of the footprint of Adam (Christians and Muslims), Buddha (Buddhists) or god Śiva respectively (Hindus). On this multi-ethnic substratum, the signs of European domination were subsequently grafted, first Dutch and then English, which here planted the crops indispensable for the consumption of the motherland. Although the liberation of the island took place fairly quickly, if compared with those of other British protectorates, the conquest of autonomy and independence had not, however, resolved the deep and persistent conflicts between the ethnic groups in the country, conflicts which worsened in the last glimpses of the twentieth century. and who have identified the Tamil Tigers as the main guerrilla group engaged in the liberation front opposed to the government forces, definitively defeated in 2009. To this difficult internal situation they joined the tsunami that hit Southeast Asia; the tsunami of 2004, one of the most serious in recent times, also brought to this land, considered by many to be the “pearl of the East”, a load of natural, civil and human devastation. According to COUNTRYAAH, Sri Lanka is a nation in Southern Asia, the capital city of which is Colombo; Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte. The latest population of Sri Lanka is 21,413,260. ACEINLAND: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Sri Lanka, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
GEOGRAPHY
The island is structurally a marginal strip of the Archaeozoic base of the Deccan, which phenomena of eustatism have separated from the Asian continental mass. The arm of the sea (Strait of Palk) that divides the island from the Coromandel coast is a few tens of meters deep and in the Pleistocene it did not exist: today two strips of land on both sides represent the vestiges of the “bridge ”Which linked the two coasts. Inside the island the archaeozoic rocks (granite, gneiss, crystalline limestone) emerge on large sections and culminate in the central relief of the Pidurutalagala (2524 m), summit of a deeply eroded plateau, dominated by isolated heights and hilly ridges that end with steep slopes above the coastal plains. In these, especially in the northwestern section, there are Cenozoic soils with recent alluvial overlaps. Various rivers descend radially from the central massif to the coast, including the Kala Oya, the Kelani, the Kirindi Oya and the Mahaweli, the most important, 332 km long and partly navigable: more than as communication routes, the rivers are however exploited for irrigation purposes. Their regime alternates between strong lean and abundant floods, as it is affected by the monsoon periodicity of rainfall, which falls mainly from May to September. Quantitatively, they vary somewhat from area to area due to the shielding action exerted by the central massif. Thus in the southern part, directly hit by the monsoon, there is 2500 mm per year and even more on the reliefs, while on the northern side it goes down to 1000 mm. The temperatures are those of warm-humid climates, of the equatorial type, and oscillate between 26 and 28 ºC.

IELTS Test Centers in Sri Lanka

IELTS Testing Centres in Sri Lanka In total, there are 14 test locations in Sri Lanka that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you. There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real… Read More »

GMAT Test Centers in Sri Lanka

GMAT Testing Location We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Sri Lanka, located in Colombo. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page. Knowledge Merchandising (PVT) (LTD) 28 Galle Road , Mount Lavinia Western Province, Colombo 10370 Sri Lanka Phone: +94 115243788 Test Center Information We are located opposite… Read More »

TOEFL Test Centers in Sri Lanka

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in this location. The list below shows testing regions, fees and dates as of February 15, 2019, but availability may change when you register. Fees are shown in US$ and are subject to change without notice. To find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses), dates and times, click the button… Read More »