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Kamehameha is one of the most important figures in Hawaii's history. That statue has an interesting history and is situated in the cute of Kohala. Its worth a quick stop. We parked across the street at the cafe. Took our picture and then browsed the...More
The original of what became two of these statues. See the mounted sheet behind the statue to understand the history.
King Kamehameha was the first king to unite the islands of Hawai’i and liberate them of onerous Kaputo laws as recently as 1819, born just...More
Take the long drive to the North Shore. Its fun. When in a new area you should see the historical things that happened to the locals. Quick trip and enjoyed the history of the statue. Was able to actually see both trip, as the replacement...More
This statue is located in Kapaau in front of a municipal building. It is great for a quick photo stop. This statue was made in Florence, Italy in 1880, but lost at sea. Another one was made and erected in Honolulu. The original statue was...More
This is a nice, quick stop as you're touring the island. Be sure to read the history online or in a guide to get the details. Lots of historical boards on the building behind the statue that are fun to read too.
Located on the mauka (mountain) side of Hwy 270 in Kapa'au, the Statue of King Kamehameha stands near the legendary birthplace of the great King. Sited on a concrete plinth at the top of a small flight of stairs, this statue has quite the amazing...More