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Did you know that we don't even have a Srilankan forum here? For those Sri Lankans who think want to share pictures of Colombo, come here are post.
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Colombo Skyline in 2017 Dec/Nov



A rare capture from the Indian Ocean of Colombo City. The Western gaps of the central highlands of Sri Lanka can be seen in the distance.



A view of the Colombo city southern section (with downtown skyscrapers in distance) and the Indian Ocean coastal line from Ratmalana airport, south of Colombo.


Source: Above photos taken by Rakhitha Wickramaratne. More aerial photos of Sri Lanka and other countries available in his instagram.
http://www.imgrum.org/user/rakhitha_w/4005707449
 

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Colombo International Financial City Reclamation Project

Colombo International Financial City (CIFC) is a special financial zone that is expected to become an International Financial Centre. Also known as Port City, it is situated in Colombo, Sri Lanka where and is built on reclaimed land adjacent Colombo Fort which is the city's current main business district. Once completed, this largely private development will completely transform Colombo, adding 233 hectares (around 2.33 square kilometers or 570 acres) to the city.

Graphic rendering of completed Port City expected look in 2041.


https://roar.media/english/life/in-the-know/the-port-city-project-where-things-stand-now




Current reclamation progress as of January 2018. About 60% of reclaimation work is complete by Dec 2018.


https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1128169247320093&set=pcb.1128169323986752&type=3&theater
 

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Colombo Rajagiriya Flyover Opening - 8th January 2018






source: http://www.gossiplankanews.com/2018/01/rajagiriya-flyover-after-opening-photos.html

Rajagiriya flyover to open today, speed of vehicles to increase eight-fold
Author LBO
Posted on January 8, 2018


The construction work of the flyover commenced in 2016 jointly by a Spanish company and a local company.

The project cost is 4,700 million rupees.

The total length of the flyover is 533 meters while the width is 21.4 meters and comprises of total of four lanes, two lanes each way.

In parallel to this project, several roads around the Rajagiriya area will be developed and an alternative road towards Narahenpita will be developed as well as the road towards Buthgamuwa will be developed with a total of three lanes.
source: http://www.lankabusinessonline.com/...eed-limit-of-vehicles-to-increase-eight-fold/
 
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