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Saint Damien of Molokaʻi Statue
415 S Beretania St (on Capitol grounds facing S Beretania St)
"Super beautiful when the sun is rising."
Duke Kahanamoku Statue
2365 Kalakaua Ave (at Uluniu Ave.)
"The beach here is great! Lots of shops in the vicinity too."
320 S Beretania St
"Built in 1846, Queen Liliʻuokalani made Washington Place her home after the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy until her death in 1917."
364 S King St (near Richards)
"This was my first-ever audio tour (I always thought people looked silly with them). But it was great. Listening to the narration and sounds of the period really enhanced the visit!"
King Kamehameha Statue
417 S King St (in front of Aliʻiolani Hale)
"was glad to have been able to see the Statue and tour the building. Great amount of history, makes me want to learn more"
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