This is the tomb of the local king. It is said that many people from all over the world will worship here. Suzuki is surrounded by green plants and is very beautiful.
The mausoleum of the last king of Tahiti, it is hard to imagine that the mausoleum of a generation of kings will be so simple and simple. It stands on the seashore, facing the sea of tea, and looking out at the sea that he has guarded after his death. The mausoleum is like a tower, surrounded by plants. There is a small red door at the bottom, but the small door is closed tightly and the surroundings are also blocked by fences. After a simple visit, you can walk to the beach and look at the sea.
A mausoleum shaped like a tower is the tomb of the last king of Tahiti. The tower body is already surrounded by plants, surrounded by green grass, and there is a small red door at the bottom of the tower. After visiting here, you can also enjoy the beautiful and invincible South Pacific seascape. The color of this sea is really the deepest blue I have ever seen in my life.
This mausoleum standing by the sea is the tomb of Pomerol V, the last king of Tahiti. The small tomb tower is made of coral stone and shaped like a small lighthouse with a red door at the bottom, but usually The situation is tightly closed and no one enters. At the top of the tower is a red Greek-style urn.
A small and small mausoleum stands on the seashore. It is simple yet simple, majestic and majestic. It does not look like a mausoleum. Most people here can't get in, they can only look far away!
Came on a cruise. We were on a tour and stopped here. Nothing very special. Would not go out of my way to see it.
Important addition to the regular sightseeing on Tahiti. Unfortunately, there was just one small sign showing the way to this tomb; at the location any additional information is missing
Attraction difficult to find due to deficient signage. No name nor any description on the tomb. Disappointed
Stopped here for photo shoot when the sun is not too hot, enjoyable surrounding, nice sands, saw lots of locals.
Originally the tomb of Queen Pomare IV in 1879, it was usurped by her son King Pomare V as his final resting place. It resembles a stubby coral lighthouse. When we visited the paint was peeling from...