The Jetavanarama Dagoba's enormous vault transcends the whole eastern piece of Anuradhapura. Worked in the third century by King Mahasena, it might have initially beaten 120m, yet today is around 70m – like the Abhayagiri. When it was fabricated it was more likely than not the third-tallest landmark on the planet, the initial two being Egyptian pyramids.
Its huge, bulbous frame is unplastered and said to comprise of in excess of 90 million blocks. A British manual from the mid 1900s computed this was sufficient blocks to make a 3m-high divider extending from London to Edinburgh.