Good Shepherd Convent

Good Shepherd Convent is a semi- government Catholic Girls' school founded in May 1869 in . Located in the neighbourhood of , the Convent- School educates girls from kindergarten to age 19.The students who are educated and guided by these good shepherd convent sisters are specially given the name 'shepherdians' where they use it with more pride.

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is the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Colombo in . is situated 220 metres southeast of Good Shepherd Convent. Photo: A.Savin, FAL.

St. Anthony's Shrine is a Roman Catholic church in the Archdiocese of Colombo in Sri Lanka. is situated 1 km southwest of Good Shepherd Convent. Photo: AntanO, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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Jami-Ul-Alfar Mosque (Sinhala: කොලඹ කොටුව රතු පල්ලිය, romanized: Kolomba Kotuwa Rathu Palliya, Tamil: மஸ்ஜிதுல் ஜாமிஉல் அஃபார் அல்லது சம்மாங்கோடு பள்ளிவாசல், romanized: Sammankodu Pallivasal, is a historic mosque in , . is situated 2 km southwest of Good Shepherd Convent. Photo: A.Savin, FAL.

The R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium on Khettarama Road, , , Sri Lanka. is situated 1½ km southeast of Good Shepherd Convent. Photo: Harshadewa Ariyasinghe, CC BY-SA 2.0.

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is a suburb part of , . It is an area known as Colombo 13…

is a suburb in , . is also part of an area numbered Colombo 13.

is the largest city and commercial capital of . Photo: dronepicr, CC BY 2.0.

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