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We have a royal palace? News to me
That's an interesting bit of info. Nice building for a museum!
I love the architecture!
they should bring back the monarchy!
This will be a place to visit when I finally visit Hawaii someday!
a little too late for that.
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there is beautiful! :)
What a gorgeous building. If I ever make it to Hawaii, I am definitely putting it on my to see list!
I bet 'King of Hawaii' would be a pretty sweet gig.
well it would be great to live in that haha
That's interesting! Never thought that there would be a royal palace in the US.
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Waw, I am surprised you find this architecture on Hawaii.Greetings,Filip
Something they pretty much leave out in American History! Thanks for the reminder!
Abdicate? HA! Locally born American businessmen forced her out at the gun point of marines off the US Boston. The Hawaiian people were dispossessed of an internationally recognized sovereignty and are still seeking justice. I love seeing the palace. It is a tie with our history and our future. IMUA!ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
Not at all, Adam. Native Americans/First People have recognized nations and sovereign land. The Hawaiians CERTAINLY deserve no less. See my comment below :)This is still being pursued in international law!
Very challenging negotiating your people's survival in a colonial age, a fight they lost at gunpoint. It was a TOUGH gig actually.
There is a lot of bitterness and sadness in the injustice of this part of Hawaiian history. The Hawaiian people were truly wronged here as was Queen Liliuokalani.
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