Ahu Te Pito Kura
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Erika miles
Tacna, Peru5 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Familie
Paisaje maravilloso La Isla es un ensueño un Encanto volvería nuevamente es maravillosa hermosas fotografías con un paisaje de película
Skrevet 9. juli 2023
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RodriGO Rojas
Santiago, Chile10 bidrag
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mar. 2023 • Venner
Visitar el Parque Ahu te pito kura ha sido una experiencia mágica e inolvidable. Aquí se encuentra la piedra conocida como el 'Ombligo del Mundo', un monumento natural con una energía única y enigmática que se puede sentir palpablemente. Este lugar sagrado te deja sin palabras, con su increíble tallado y su aura de misterio ancestral. Todo en Rapa Nui es mágico, pero este lugar en particular se siente como un portal a otra dimensión. Una visita absolutamente imprescindible para todo aquel que pise esta isla llena de maravillas. #RapaNui #OmbligodelMundo 🗿🌍
Skrevet 26. juni 2023
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Sachin K
New York City, NY6 507 bidrag
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des. 2019 • Familie
Te Pito Kura is located in front of the Bay of La Pérouse. In the center is the Ahu(platform), whose only moai named Paro, remains in the same position it was when it was demolished, making it unique. The Paro Moai represents a milestone from the period when the statues were built, as it is the largest moai statue transported from the Rano Raraku volcano quarry and erected successfully on an ahu or platform. Its dimensions are spectacular: it’s ears measure 2 meters, its height reaches 10 meters and it is estimated that it’s weight must have exceeded 80 tons. Next to the ahu, a few meters away, is a large ovoid shaped stone. The expression Te Pito Kura means “navel of light” and some people relate the name of the place with the special qualities of this rock and with one of the names with which it is known to Easter Island, Te Pito O Te Henua which means “navel of the world”. Certainly would very highly recommend visiting this tourist attraction.
Skrevet 22. november 2020
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Periago
Barcelona, Spania14 571 bidrag
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nov. 2019
El círculo alberga un gran piedra semicircular rodeada de otras cuatro orientadas a los puntos cardinales. Lugar mágico dotado de magnetismo junto al mar, cerca se encuentra Paro, el mayor moai de la isla que yace boca abajo.
Skrevet 25. oktober 2020
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deborahk3
Maidstone, UK1 823 bidrag
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jul. 2019
Ahu Te Pito Kura has the largest statue that was ever successfully erected on Easter Island. It is almost 33 feet high and weighs approximately 70 tonnes. Today, the statue lies face down, with a broken head and separated torso. This moai awaits resurrection by archeologists. Worth a quick stop
Skrevet 16. juni 2020
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WImom
Fond du Lac, WI2 275 bidrag
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jan. 2020
This site only has one Moai but it measures 30 feet and weighs up to 90 tons, making it the largest moai to be raised on a platform. The topknot itself weights around 11.5 tons. This is a good chance to see an unrestored platform, one where the moai is lying exactly as it was when it was thrown over 200 years ago. This is the larges moai to have been transported from Rano Raraku and successfully erected on a platform. To the left of the platform, encircled by a stone wall is a large stone circled by four smaller stones. Here one will find a very sacred stone that the moai is named after. It has been said that this stone was brought from the home island of Hiva by the first Rapa Nui king.
Skrevet 14. april 2020
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Lys
Levis, Canada147 bidrag
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mar. 2020 • Familie
Le spot est très sympa.
On a envi de toucher cette boule qui est le pito,malheureusement on ne peut pas car elle est entourée de cailloux autour pour empêcher justement.
Mais sympa
Skrevet 13. mars 2020
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Katrien S
Ghent, Belgia1 951 bidrag
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jan. 2020
The site is interesting as it is one of the better preserved villages, where one can see the chicken coups as well as the outline of some houses of which only the foundations were of stone, the rest was wood and other perishable material. The chicken coups are more elaborate, and even the stone made "pots" for plant were more elaborate. However, to understand what is what and why, it is best to visit with a guide.
On the site is also the tallest once erected moai, who had an ahu all for himself. The date when it was thrown over is quite well established, namely in 1838, as whalers used it as a landmark, and noted it being overthrown. According to them, it was overthrown as an act of revenge. The round ball was holy and used to mark a boundary between the 2 halves of the island.
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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Stella R.
Brasilia, DF26 bidrag
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feb. 2020
If you go without a guide, or without some knowledge acquired from reading, you might stay no more than ten minutes. There you'll find the rests of the biggest Moai transported from Rano Raraku, named "Paro Moai", which I honestly didn't find "that" impressive.
There's also a magnetic rock that it's said to have healing powers and was brought by the island's first king, Hotu Matu'a, but we can't touch it anymore. It's near the sea, surrounded by other stones in order to be protected.
Besides, there's a broken ahu which was very useful to understand how the burials and ceremonies worked. Also, we were shown the rocks inside of which meals - the "umu tahu" - were prepared for special occasions.
Interesting, but not unmissable. Excluding the rock and the giant destroyed Moai, all other structures are spread over other sites in the island. Worth a quick stop.
Skrevet 14. februar 2020
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Bill M
Springfield, MO305 bidrag
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jan. 2020
See the largest mo’ai statue transported from the Rano Raraku volcano quarry and erected successfully on an ahu with is voluminous headdresses carved and transferred from the quarry of Puna Pau from the opposite end of the island.
Its dimensions are spectacular: its ears measure over 6 feet; it is 33 feet tall and is estimated to weigh more than 80 tons. The mo’ai lies face down and its body is split in half as a result of its collapse. In front of its head lies its gigantic pukao, almost 6 feet high and about 10 tons in weight.
A few yards away from the ahu is a large spherical and smooth stone almost 3 feet in diameter surrounded by other stones. This stone warms up more than others because of its high iron content, causing compasses to behave strangely giving rise to the belief of some that is radiates a supernatural energy called mana.
All of this is situated on an inlet from the ocean with crashing waves.
Skrevet 2. februar 2020
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