Paea. Polynesian stories, Tour of Tahiti

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Paea. Histoires de Polynésie, Tour de l’île de Tahiti

There is little or nothing of the Marae Mahiatea built by Purea to ensure the supremacy of his son's children and the Amo Pomare. Cook had the opportunity to admire the beautiful dimensions 81 meter, 25 meters wide, 13 meters high due to 11 steps that composed. The monument to Tati, the great Tati, evokes memories. Its stones desecrated, used in the construction of the road, a bridge that was swept away by a flood, and the establishment of high planting Atimaono, which made bankrupt. Atimaono, the only coastal plain worthy of the name, inspiration Rochester Even ...

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Taravao. Polynesian stories, around the island of Tahiti

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Taravao. Histoires de Polynésie, tour de l’île de Tahiti

After a stop in Taravao, crossroads between west coast and east coast, between the mainland and the small land, turn fantasy continues, Tautira between fantasy and because the road is nonexistent Teahupoo. The island is full of contrasts, sometimes you forget the myth, dream and face the reality of a barracks, true of another age fortification built to prevent the men from the peninsula not swell the rebels Tahiti. When the war ended she became gendarmerie, during World War II jail for ten Germans settled in the island, finally ...

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Papearii. Polynesian stories, around the island of Tahiti

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Papearii. Histoires de Polynésie, tour de l’île de Tahiti

We leave the peninsula, and that Papearii which was according to tradition earth anchor for these first inhabitants of Tahiti founders of the great line of Teva whose sovereignty extended to Papara. They had arrived the great Marae Taputapuatea Raiatea carrying sacred stones founding their new Marae. This villa buried beneath the protected vegetation looks was built by the English writer Robert Keable former pastor of the Anglican Church in America famous for his religious works but Tahiti metamorphosis as often men and Keable forgetting the treasures ...

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Papeete. Polynesian stories, around the island of Tahiti

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Papeete. Histoires de Polynésie, tour de l’île de Tahiti

It is around this harbor that the pastor Crook and missionaries of the London Missionary settle. The port starts attracting whalers, merchant ships and warships same. In 1843, this village nascent, became the capital of the French protectorate and Queen Pomare IV including the importance of this place is moved to his home. Vaiete that crosses the royal lands gives its name to the city, Vaiete, Papeete, basket of water, this is indeed where the locals once they filled their canteens then carried in woven baskets. If the English missionaries were well creates ...

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Pirae. Polynesian stories, around the island of Tahiti

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Pirae. Histoires de Polynésie, tour de l’île de Tahiti

This is the east coast, the example of James Cook was the first to do so begins the tour of the island, fantasy turn-. A Pirae, history and literature meet at the foot of the waterfall Fataua immortalized by Pierre Loti. «Is, All day there were numerous society, "he wrote, "On the grass there were stretches the beautiful young women of Papeete who spent the warm tropical days cause sing, sleep or even to swim and dive like bream agile. " .

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Papenoo. Polynesian stories, around the island of Tahiti

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Papenoo. Histoires de Polynésie, tour de l’île de Tahiti

We talked about it with my friend, before people lived in the forest, and not by the sea, Now we live near the sea, more convenient for fishing and the rest, this is the old saying, We were there not. Papenoo Valley is one of the largest, One of those was the longest inhabited, residential pavements, terraces, foundation of boxes, ruins of domestic marae have been restored and are now maintained and open to walkers, walkers, it is with these remains that we understand the nobility of the stone , which encloses the sacred stone which requires that the tapu ...

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