Fuvahmulah City (Dhivehi: ފުވައްމުލައް) is an island (atoll) in the Maldives. It is under Maldive administrative divisions of Gnaviyani Atoll or Nyaviyani Atoll. The inhabitants speak a distinctive form of the Dhivehi language, known as "dhivehi bas".
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Bandaara Kilhi (literally "State Lake") is one of the two fresh water lakes in Fuvahmulah, Maldives. Located mainly in Maalegan ward of the island with a small part extending to Miskiymagu ward as well, the lake has an area of approximately 0.058 square kilometers and an average depth of 12 feet making it the largest lake by volume in the Fuvahmulah.
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Dhadimagi Kilhi (literally "Dhadimagu Lake") is one of the two fresh water lakes in Fuvahmulah.Located in Dhadimagu ward of the island, with an area of approximately 0.065 square kilometers and an average depth of 4 feet it is the second largest lake by volume in Fuvahmulah.Dhadimagi Kilhi has been declared as a Protected area of Fuvahmulah by the government of Maldives on 12 June 2012
The place is amazing with wonderful natural environment. The trees and shrubs were unique to the island and most of it were not found in many places of the Maldives..
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"Kedeyre Miskiy" is a mosque established in the year 1555 after the second depopulation and resettlement of the island in 1550. The mosque was built by a cotizen of Fuvahmulah Ali Adafi Kaleyfaan. The mosque is constructed with finely shaped interlocking coral blocks ('Hirigaa' in local language). The famous, intricate and uniquely carved stonework of the boundary wall of the well.
Its always had such beautiful character, however hated the new roof installed. totally ruined its glory. i urge the city council to restore the old roof to bring back its real history and character. Definitely a must stop for muslims to pray, learn a little history and admire the beauty
Vasho Veyo is an ancient circular bath skillfully handcrafted by locals using coral. This ancient stone pool complete with stone steps was previously used for bathing by the inhabitants of the district. Vasho Veyo is located in the district of dhoondigan next Fuvahmulah City Airport. It very Important Historical Landmarks of Fuvahmulah City .
Havitta is the ruin of a Buddhist chaitya whose main feature is its ruined stupa. The Havitta is located at the northeastern end of Fuvahmulah, Maldives in the area of the historical boundaries of Hoadhadu ward of the island.In 1922, when Bell saw the ruin, the big Havitta was of about 40 feet in height. A smaller mound, about 15 feet in height, was located nearby.
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