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Osterinsel


INSEL DER STEINRIESEN

  • Ahu Akivi | Ahu are stone platforms on which Moai statues were erected
  • Ahu Hanga Tee with overthrown Moai statues and the red head pieces in the foreground
  • Ahu Hanga Tee with stone circle in the foreground
  • Ahu Raai Anakena [1] | Ahu are stone platforms on which Moai statues were erected
  • Ahu Raai Anakena [2] | Ahu are stone platforms on which Moai statues were erected
  • Ahu Tongariki | Ahu are stone platforms on which Moai statues were erected
  • Ahu Vinapu | Platform wall and Moai head
  • Ana Kai Tangata | Seaside cave with ancient rock paintings
  • Ancient dwellings at the ceremonial center of Orongo
  • Face of a Moai statue [1]
  • Face of a Moai statue [2]
  • Giant stone heads [Moai] in the volcano Ranu Raraku | Moai are large stone statues carved out of volcanic tuff found at a single site inside the extinct volcano Rano Raraku
  • Huri A Urenga [1] | The only Moai standing inland, while all other statues stand along the shore
  • Huri A Urenga [2] | The only Moai standing inland, while all other statues stand along the shore
  • Moai head at Ahu Tepeu
  • Moai statue with red headgear and inlayed eyes
  • Moai statue with red headgear
  • One of the Moai of Ahu Akivi | Ahu are stone platforms on which Moai statues were erected
  • Rano Kau volcano [1]
  • Rano Kau volcano [2]
  • Te Pito Kura, believed to be the center of the world
  • The crumbled Ahu Tepeu
  • Two Moai statues
  • Unfinished Moai in the volcano Ranu Raraku | Moai are large stone statues carved out of volcanic tuff found at a single site inside the extinct volcano Rano Raraku
  • View from the ceremonial center of Orongo with Birdman relief carved in rock to the islands Motu Iti and Moto Nui

Alle Bilder: © Elmar R. Gruber