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Puu o Kaiaka, Hill of Kaiaka (a legendary man), located on the west end of the island of Molokai, Hawaii, in Kaluakoi. It is a cinder cone headland separating Kepuhi and Papohaku Beaches. With an elevation of 110 feet, It is also known as Big Rock. This point was the site of a heiau. Heiau were sacred places of worship in ancient Hawaii. They were shrines to gods and places of refuge. Heiau were also places where offerings and prayers were made to personal and family gods, and sacred guardians and protectors.
January 2nd, 2013
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