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Ampara is a remote city on the East Coast of Sri Lanka, about 200 km from the capital city of Colombo. It belongs to the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka. It was a part of the domain of King Kavantissa in the 2nd century BC and was then known as "Ambaragama", which over the years changed to Ampara. Read more...
> Most of the civilians are Sinhala and Sri Lankan Moors, while Tamils also live in the coastal parts of the district.
This was a hunters resting place during colonial days (late 1890s and early 1900). During the development of Galoya valley Ampara was transformed into a city, initially it was the residence for the construction workers of the Inginiyagala Dam. Later became main administrative hub of Galoya valley.