Foto de stock - Royal Gardens. Pu´uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park. Big Island. Hawaii. Up until the early 19th century on Big Island, Hawaiians who broke the law could avoid a punishment of death by fleeing to a region of the west coast known as pu´uhonua, or place of refuge, where they would be forgiven by an area priest. In present day, this place of refuge is a historical landmark preserved by the park service.

Imagen: Royal Gardens. Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park. Big Island. Hawaii. Up until the early 19th century on Big Island.

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