Building with Pigeon cage and remnant around it
It was build by Dutch Rulers

Main Characteristics
Pigeon cage is one such archaeological site which has more than three hundred years of history.This structure was built by the Dutch ruler and the Pigeon reared in this cages were used for communication
Location :-
Delft Centre J/004
Vediarasan Fort

This an ancient fort situated in the Koddaikadu area in the west of the islet of Delft.At present, only the remains of the above fort are available.
Main Characteristics
This fort was built by the king Vediarasan who ruled the Delft Division. This derelict building full into day
Location:-
Delft West, J/001
Meehaman Fort

Delft has some evidence in the form of building structures to remind the European rule. The legend among the local people is that the fort, ancient temples, ponds and tanks had been built during the period of Vediyarasan
Main Characteristics
This Fort was used as Prison house in the period of Dutch Rule, The thickness of the prison of each cell is  2.5 feet
Location:-
Delft Centre west J/004
Ancient Hindu Temple

Toward the West coast of Delft Island, there are remains of an ancient temple that dates back to roughly 1000 years which was believed to have been built by the Chola Dynasty.
Main Characteristics
The length of the sanctum and front view of the temple have affinity with the traditional arts and architecture of temples in the Polonnaruwa period in Lankan ancient history. The temple fell into decay and the remnant of the past remains
Location:-
Delft west J/002
Hospital of Dutch Period

Main Characteristics
This hospital was in Dutch period
Location:-
Delft central west J/003
Image of Large Foot Print

A large foot print which appears to a very big or giant sized man is found in the midst of the lime stone heaps in the Sarapiddy area of Delft West.

This appears to be a giant footprint etched into a rock. This extant of footprint is 40 feet.

Location:-
Delft west J/002
Horse Stable

Main Characteristics
This is Dutch period stable to rear horses the stable was decayed and the pens are remains. The climatic conditions of this area proved to be quite convenient for the rearing of horses. The pillars that were constructed by the Dutch for tethering the horses are still found in a state disrepair in the area called Sarapiddy, in Delft. Some of the ruins left by the Dutch confirm that there were stables to cage large numbers of horses, as well as areas where the horses were treated.
Location:-
Delft west J/002
Light House

This was built by English rulers. It is situated on the wind battered, barren Sotheastern coast of Delft.
Main Characteristics
English rulers built this light house as navigational aid for sailors at sea in order to ensure maritime defence. There is a low central chimney like shaft which creates a vacuum forcing air upwards.
Location:-
Delft east J/002
Baobab Tree

Main Characteristics
Massive tree of the Adansonia Genus, native to tropical Aftica and Arabia and grown in other warm regions. Baobabs store water in the trunk to endure the harsh drought conditions. This tree produces large aromatic flowers up to seven inches wide. Shedding their leaves during the dry season. This tree was planted by the Dutch Rulers to get fodder for animals.
Location:-
Delft east /J003
Beaches of Delft

Main Characteristics

Beautiful beaches along the coast of Delft with white sand. The land form alongside the sea surrounded the Delft Island

Location:-
J/001- J/0006
The Banyan Tree with many aerial roots

Main Characteristics
The height of this tree is 25 meters and polyp are bigger than the root of it. The original roots eventually provide support to the trees has large size than original trunk of the tree.
Location:-
Delft east /J003
Horses

There are many horses in Delft Island Ancient rulers. Such as Chola king and Dutch rulers used them ride on horse back. Transporting these horse to other pars of the country is prohibited. Some horsed are used for domestic purpose herding cattles and used as draft animals
Fence built of Coral Stone

Fence built of stone are used by the residents to enclose their residential area . These fence was built without using machines and equipment.
Palmyra tree with branches

A palmyra tree has put out many branches. This tree can be seen in “Veddakadu” village
Location:-
Delft South /J002
Well with Medical water

This watered of well is believes curative effect to the disease of these horses which were brought by Arabians. The herbal plants found in this pond cured the disease of the horses. During the rainy season only the pond if full of water.
Location:-
Delft east/J006
Administration office of the Dutch period

This office was used for administration of the village by Dutch rulers and successive English rulers also used it as administrative office. After that this building was used as administrative office of village chieftain “Udayar” after the period of independence and this office was transformed as the office of Assistant Government Agent until 14.10.2014

New building for Divisional secretariat was built and used for that purpose and this building is decided to use for administrative works
Location:-
Delft Centre-J/0004
Village Court

This was the office of board of Jurie of the period of British rulers. The symbols of British kingdom were inscripted on the walk of this building.
The front  part of the building was used as clinic for out patients.
Location:-
Delft Centre-J/0004
Growing Stone

The shape of this stone is like the head of cobra snake and the stone is continuously growing
Snake worship is common in Hindu religion and devotion to serpant deities is a tradition. Therefore people worship this stone with the shapes of head of snake
Location:-
Delft East
St.Antony’s shrine Kachchatheevu

This Island is located between, Neduntheevu Sri lanka and Rameshwaram India
This shrine was said to be built by the fisherman on this uninhabited island belongs to dry zone to express their gratitude to the god who saved this from storm. He festival held annually and the people of Sri Lanka and India participate this festival
Location:-
Delft south J/002
Transport
The travelling by boat from Kurikadduvan part to this Island takes 4 hours and travelling from Delft takes 3 hours