Archaeological Sites in Easter Island

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Archaeological Sites in Easter Island

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Ahu Akahanga
Tradition holds that this is the burial site of Hotu Matu'a, the...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites, Memorials / Monuments The Southeastern Circuit
 
Ahu Akivi
These seven stoic moai—believed to represent explorers sent on...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Western Circuit
 
Ahu Hanga Tetenga
Lying here in pieces is the largest moai ever transported to...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Southeastern Circuit
 
Ahu Huri a Urenga
One of the few ahus to be erected inland, Ahu Huri a Urenga appears...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Western Circuit
 
Ahu Te Peu
As at Ahu Vinapu, the tightly fitting stones at the unrestored...
Archaeological Sites The Western Circuit
 
Ahu Te Pito Kura
The largest moai ever successfully erected—a fraction of an inch...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Southeastern Circuit
 
Ahu Tongariki
One of the island's most breathtaking sights is Ahu Tongariki...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Southeastern Circuit
 
Ahu Vaihu
Eight fallen moai lie facedown in front of this ahu, the first...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Southeastern Circuit
 
Ahu Vinapu
The appeal of this crumbled ahu isn't apparent until you notice...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue), Archaeological Sites The Western Circuit
 
Ana O Keke and Ana O Neru
Legend has it that young women awaiting marriage were kept here...
Archaeological Sites, Cave The Southeastern Circuit
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