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King Kamehameha Statue

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About The King Kamehameha Statue

Address: 447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

King Kamehameha Statue: Honoring Hawaii’s Founding Monarch.

The King Kamehameha Statue, a striking symbol of Hawaiian history and monarchy, stands proudly in Honolulu, paying homage to King Kamehameha the Great, the visionary leader who unified the Hawaiian Islands in the early 19th century. This majestic bronze statue, draped in a vibrant golden cloak, captures the regal essence of the revered monarch and serves as a powerful reminder of Hawaii’s rich cultural heritage. Located prominently in front of Ali’iolani Hale, the state judiciary building, the statue is not only a significant historical monument but also a gathering place for ceremonies, celebrations, and the annual floral parade in honor of King Kamehameha.

Surrounded by lush greenery and situated in the heart of downtown Honolulu, the King Kamehameha Statue has become an iconic landmark. Its enduring presence invites both locals and visitors to reflect on the legacy of the Hawaiian monarchy and the cultural foundations that shape the islands. The statue stands as a testament to King Kamehameha’s profound impact on the history and unity of Hawaii, making it a must-visit site for those seeking to connect with the roots of the Aloha State.

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