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Maori Carving, Whare Runanga, Waitangi, New Zealand Maori Designs, Tattoo Designs, New Zealand Tattoo, North Island New Zealand, Maori People, Cultural Crafts, Bay Of Islands, Aboriginal Culture, Nz Art

'Maori Carving, Whare Runanga, Waitangi, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific' Photographic Print - Neale Clarke | AllPosters.com

This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. Item #3029687

A member of Pūtiki Marae in Whanganui says a river of floodwater running through the meeting house is a sad sight. Flooded House, Maori Art, Polynesian Culture, She Sheds, Ocean Art, Urban Planning, World Cultures, New Zealand, Architecture Design

'Beautiful' meeting house flooded

A member of Pūtiki Marae in Whanganui says a river of floodwater running through the meeting house is a sad sight.

Find This Image Shows Maori Marae Meeting stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection. Thousands of new, high-quality pictures added every day. New Zealand Adventure, Maori Art, Kiwiana, School Holidays, Image Shows, What Is Like, Stuff To Do, Photo Editing, Royalty Free Stock Photos

Six Great Things to Do in Rotorua for Free

On the way to Rotorua from Auckland, I had some brochures and my guidebook out and I was reading up on the city we were soon to arrive in. Every single attraction- geothermal reserves, wildlife par…

Maori Wharenui (Traditional meeting house) Polynesian People, Maori Art, New Zealand, Carving, Traditional, House Styles, Tourism, Boards, Trees

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A Tekoteko is a Maori Statue, outside the Ohinemutu Wharenui, which is a Meeting House ~ Rotorua, New Zealand australia Maori Tattoos, Polynesian Tattoos, Small Tattoos With Meaning, Cute Small Tattoos, Maori Tribe, Sunflower Tattoo Small, Maori Tattoo Designs, Maori Art, Tattoo Motive

Maori Tekoteko, Ohinemutu, Rotorua Stock Image - Image of house, pristine: 18111743

Maori tekoteko, Ohinemutu, Rotorua. Photo about house, pristine, scenery, meeting, blue, maori, nation, wharenui, lake, statue, carving, arawa, carved, world, tekoteko - 18111743

in Maori culture, a wharenui is a meeting house, one of the most important buildings on a marae // the interior is intricately carved, representing the people's ancestors and history, from the first wakas (canoes) that came to NZ over a thousand years ago Holidays Around The World, Around The Worlds, Once Were Warriors, Maori People, Aboriginal Culture, Maori Art, House Photography, Memorial Museum, She Sheds

Marae - Māori meeting grounds | New Zealand

In Maori culture, a wharenui is a meeting house, one of the most important buildings on a marae, the interior is intricately carved, representing the people's ancestors and history, from the first wakas (canoes) that came to NZ over a thousand years ago..

Inside a traditional Maori house New Zealand Maori Designs, Maori People, Polynesian Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Art Carved, Bone Carving, Culture, South Pacific

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Called Tā moko by the indigenous Māori people of New Zealand, this civilization's facial tattoos have a deeper meaning than simple aesthetics. The permanent body and face markings of these native...

From the Kay Taylor Photo Album. Polynesian People, Model Village, Maori Art, Historical Images, Local History, Kiwi, Carving, Album, House Styles

Pg 44 Wharenui at Maori Model Village, Whakarewarewa

Kay Taylor Photo Album The Services Convalescent Hospital was opened in 1942 under the command of Wilfred Stanley (Stan) Wallis, providing rehabilitation to soldiers ...

Early New Zealand Photographers: Hinemihi meeting house at Te Wairoa, after the Mt Tarawera eruption Nz History, Local History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, State Of Arizona, Castle Wall, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Religious Studies

Hinemihi at Te Wairoa - after the Mt Tarwera eruption in 1886. Image from Te Ara. The Meeting House is now in Surrey UK

Maori people have a distinctive culture, much of which is based around the marae – the meeting place of an iwi (tribe) or hapu (subtribe). The word marae refers to the open ground in front of a wharenui (meeting house), although the word is sometimes used to refer simultaneously to the wharenui, the open space and other communal facilities. Maori People, Meeting Place, Lion Sculpture, Merry, Community, Culture, Christmas Ornaments, Space, Architecture

Maori people have a distinctive culture, much of which is based around the marae – the meeting place of an iwi (tribe) or hapu (subtribe). The word marae refers to the open ground in front of a wharenui (meeting house), although the word is sometimes used to refer simultaneously to the wharenui, the open space and other communal facilities.

Interior of a wharenui (Maori meeting house) with carved and painted elements. New Zealand, Arch, Carving, Culture, History, Interior, House, Teaching, Maori

Interior of a wharenui (Maori meeting house) with carved and painted elements. 1880-1889

This is of the inside of a wharenui (literally translated as 'big house'), which lays on a Marae, which is an enclosed area of land where every special event in Maori culture takes place. Polynesian People, Vintage Tiki, Hall Interior, Maori Art, Big Houses, South Pacific, Luau, Anthropology, New Zealand

This is of the inside of a wharenui (literally translated as 'big house'), which lays on a Marae, which is an enclosed area of land where every special event in Maori culture takes place.