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This stone near the harbour was the birthing stone for the Hawaiian royal family. It has a curved shape in which the mother sat to give birth. Easily missed if you are just wandering by, it is worth seeing because of its history.
My husband and I were walking around the Lahaina Harbor and waterfront and happened upon this attraction. Since we were unaware of what we were seeing, we Googled it and found out it was a sacred stone and site in Hawaii! Pretty cool thing to...More
It was essentially under water when viewed but it certainly had some interesting history and claimed to be the birthing stone of Kings and a few other things as well.. Interesting bit of history and fable but that was about it.
This may not look like much but it has history. When they wanted to make Lahaina Harbor bigger this stone seemed like it would be in the way. I think it was a factor for not making the harbor bigger.
So we still have a...More
My wife and I viewed this ancient sacred rock from the Brick Palace of King Kamehameha-I, which is left of the pier. Hauola Rock is a sacred chair-shaped rock near the rocky shoreline of the Lahaina Harbor. Depending on the tide, the rock can be...More