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Sticker Travel Stamp: Puʻukohola Heiau National Historic Site

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You will love this colorful, illustrated, collectible vinyl travel stamp created just for our partner Puʻukohola Heiau National Historic Site. Amid unrest and conflict, a prophecy declared that Kamehameha could end the war and unite the Hawaiian Islands by constructing a temple dedicated to Kū, the war god. This dry-stack masonry temple overlooks the Pacific on the Kohala Coast.
  • Rectangular sheet is 2 7/8" x 6" 
  • The stamp is 1 3/4" x 2 1/8" 
Sku: 3004832

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