Adams Peak sunrise : Stock Photo
Adams Peak sunrise : Stock Photo

Adams Peak sunrise

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A shadown in the shape of a triangle is seen on the mountain ranges opposite Adam's Peak (also known as Sri Pada; 'Sri Paadaya'; Tamil Sivanolipatha Malai ), is a 2,243 m (7,359 ft) tall conical mountain located in central Sri Lanka. It is well known for the Sri Pada, i.e., 'sacred footprint', a 1.8 m (5 ft 11 in) rock formation near the summit, which in Buddhist tradition is held to be the footprint of the Buddha, in Hindu tradition that of Shiva and in Islamic and Christian tradition that of Adam, or that of St. Thomas

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