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Honolulu Cemeteries

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BulletRoyal Mausoleum
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The Royal Mausoleum, also known as Mauna 'Ala, is considered to be the most sacred burial ground in Oahu. This is a three-acre site that serves as the resting place for royalty such as King Kamehameha II through V, King Kalakaua, and Queen Liliuokalani. A small chapel can be found in the center of the cemetery. This site is open Monday through Friday with free admission.
BulletNational Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
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Situated in the middle of Puowaina Crater, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific or "Punchbowl" opened in 1949 to the fourth anniversary of V-J Day. The cemetery is dedicated to the soldiers killed at Pearl Harbor, the Korean War and World War II.

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