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East Molokai (Part 1)

 

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A pretty beach park on the island's southeast shore.

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KAKAHAIA BEACH PARK

A 42-acre beach park and site of an active fishpond and wildlife refuge, home to rare endemic birds.

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SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH

Built in 1876 by Father Damien - outside is a sculpture depicting the saintly Belgian priest.

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UALAPUE FISHPOND

One of the larger, and historically, most productive of Molokai's ancient fishponds.

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KALUAAHA CHURCH

The first Christian church on Molokai dating from 1844. Fortress-like in appearance with tiny slit windows and three-foot-thick plastered walls and buttresses.


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ILI ILIOPAE HEIAU

One of Hawaii's most famous human-sacrifice temples. Priests from other islands came here to be tutored.

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OUR LADY OF SORROWS CHURCH

Built by Father Damien in 1874 - contains beautiful Stations of the Cross imported from Holland.

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PUKOO

A peaceful little village with a reef protected beach and small harbor primarily frequented by fishermen. The islands of Maui, Lanai and Kahoolawe can be seen from shore.

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