Easter Island

An ancient Moai statue on a hillside at night. on Easter Island aka RapaNui (Photo by Randy Olson)

✮ Easter Island

“Chile: Rapa Nui national park, Isla de Pascua (Easter Island), Polynesian island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.

"The statues walked," Easter Islanders say. Archaeologists are still trying to figure out how.

Demystifying Easter Island With A Kite

An ancient Moai statue on a hillside at night. on Easter Island aka RapaNui (Photo by Randy Olson)

Easter Island, Chile

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Moon valley, Atacama desert, Chile

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Valle de la Luna at Salar de Atacama, Chile

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Villarrica Volcano, Pucon - Chile.

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Monolithic Moai Statues At Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island, Chile

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Atacama desert in Northern Chile.

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