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How to Enter Hawaiian Sacred Sites

Hawaiian  sacred sites are places with significant historical and cultural meaning. These locations mark important events such as the birth of kings, places of connection and communion or noteworthy battles. Sacred sites include heiau (temple sites or shrines), pohaku (stones), ki’i pohaku (petroglyphs or rock carvings), fishponds and other ancient architectural remains. Today, sacred sites are an important part of Hawaiian

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