Southern Huvadhu Atoll
The Southern Huvadhu Atoll is an administrative district of the Maldives that comprises the southern half of the Huvadhu Atoll, which was divided into two districts back in 1962. Located about 340 km from the capital of Maldives this intriguing southern half of the atoll is the place where some of the most important Buddhist Archaeological remains can be found across the 153 island that belong to this district, 10 of which are inhabited. Besides its pristine beaches and ever glowing sun, this district is home to true archaeological marvels with ruins that consist mainly of large ruined stupas, making it a paradise for those wanting to combine history, religion and culture with sunny beaches and endless sun.
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