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Waiola Church & Waiola Cemetery

Originally called Waineʻe Church until 1953, it was the first Christian cemetery in Hawaii and the final resting place for early members of the royal family of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

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Maui's Oldest Banyan Tree
The Banyan trees are synonymous with Hawaii, and the oldest one in Maui is filled with stories it's witnessed.
The Old Lahaina Courthouse
Located on the water's edge because of whaling problems in the late 19th century, the courthouse is where the US annexation of Hawaii was finalized.
The Lahaina Old Fort
The fort was built by the governor in the 1820's out of coral to protect locals from whalers.
Kamehameha Iki Park
It was once the home of royalty. Now it's a public park and part of a larger mission to restore the reefs for which the islands are known.
Lahaina Shingon Mission
The Lahaina Shingon Mission belongs to the Koyasan Shingon Buddhism in Japan. The temple activities revolve around the Japanese community in Lahaina.
Old Lahaina Prison
The old prison in Lahaina was built in 1852, to lock up rowdy sailors who failed to return to their ships at sundown.

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