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The statue made by Native Hawaiian sculptor Sean Browne, stands near the Kalakaua Avenue and is worth a small visit during your stay in Honolulu. This bronze statue is a replica of the original honoring Kamehameha the Great. The original statue now stands at his...More
Small statue on the side of the road but interesting from the history on the base plaque. Due to a shortage of labour to serve the sugar plantations the King requested labour from Japan and introduced thousands of Japanese immigrants to the islands, which has...More
Located in a small park at the intersection of Kalakaua Ave. & Kuhio Ave. in Waikiki, the statue of King David Kalakaua was commissioned in 1985. King Kalakaua was born in 1836 and ruled from 12 Feb 1874 through 20 Jan 1891 when he died....More