Its platform measures 250 meters long by an average of 5 meters high at its back that faces the coast. It has 15 statues 6 to 9 meters high, originally crowned by red slag hats. This ceremonial center is oriented to the rising sun of the summer solstice and every morning, in absolute silence, its statues await one of the most impressive sunrises of the Navel of the World.
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Nga RongoaAncestral Medicine on Rapa NuiWithin the philosophical world view of the Rapanui, good health is based on the union of man and nature, between life and death, in the present, the past and the future.Any mishap or disease has its origin in supernatural forces...
Octopus and Squid in Rapa Nui and other Pacific IslandsBy Sergio Carrasco, Universidad Católica del Norte, ESMOI, CoquimboOctopus and squid have appeared in the tales of migration throughout Polynesia since early times and are part of the relationships of commerce,...
What does the night conceal in the depths of the seas off of Rapa Nui? Practicing nighttime diving on Rapa Nui opens the doors to a world which is usually hidden and surprising.
The purpose of the voyage? For Algalita Marine Research and Education, to sample floating plastic pollution in the South Pacific Ocean,