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 +One of the large [[stone]] [[head]]s on [[Easter Island]] (Rapa Nui).
 +==See also==
 +* [[Marae]] — The [[Polynesia]]n ceremonial sites from which the moai and ahu traditions evolved.
 +* [[Ancestor worship]]
 +* [[List of megalithic sites]]
 +* [[Dol hareubang]]
 +* [[Rapa Nui people]]
 +* [[Tiki]]
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One of the large stone heads on Easter Island (Rapa Nui).

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