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Wellington (Poneke) is home to generations of Ngai Tuhoe children who left their lands and to maintain their customary rites, rituals, links to their Maori-ness, "Matemate-a-one" and oneness, the mission was very clear, our bond to our homeland was strengthened and our vision secure, we are "Tuhoe ki Poneke"

Joe McLeod
Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Contemporary Maori culture has been shaped by the traditions of its rich cultural heritage.

Maori chief

Great Link to Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Maori Carvings, New Zealand.amazing robintelford Maori Carvings, New Zealand.amazing Maori Carvings, New Zealand.

The Owner-Builder Network

The Owner-Builder Network: Helping Owner-Builders and DIYers do it better and faster while saving money!

Maori House, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand The Beautiful Country, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, North Island New Zealand, South Island, Travel Sights, Places To Travel, Maori Designs, Visit New Zealand
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Maori house in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand

How are the Maori people marginalized in New Zealand? How are the natives of New Zealand treated differently? The Maori people are the native peoples of New Zealand.

Maintenance

In modern day New Zealand, there is nothing that makes the statement “I am Maori” more clearly than a full-face moko.

Maori women from Hawkes Bay

Four Maori women from Hawkes Bay | National Library of New Zealand

Four Maori women from Hawkes Bay

Carte de visite portrait of an unidentified Maori man from the Hawkes Bay district, wearing a kakahu huruhuru (cloak) and carrying a patu, taken be.

Unidentified Maori man from Hawkes Bay district | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified Maori man from Hawkes Bay district

Maori woman with two children, (b/w photo)

[Maori woman and two children] | Collections Online

Object: [Maori woman and two children] | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Mitai Maori Village, Rotorua, New Zealand Ioved this experience of the unique native culture that's still alive in New Zealand! New Zealand North, Visit New Zealand, New Zealand Travel, Travel Around, Places To See, Beautiful Places, Scenery, Around The Worlds, Vacation
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Mitai Maori Village, Rotorua

Warriors in a war canoe

The Maori King, Tuheitia Paki, Te Arikinui Kiingi Tuheitia

King Tūheitia, 2006

The seventh Māori king, Te Arikinui Tūheitia Paki, is seen on the carved throne at Tūrangawaewae in 2006, soon after his accession to the kingship.

This is the house built by Te Rā Karepe and Rangawhenua, leaders of the Pao Mīere movement. It was named Te Miringa Te Kakara. It was built in the shape of a cross and had four entrances. The roof was covered with tōtara bark. Lanscape Design, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Diy Home Repair, Interior Architecture
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Miringa Te Kakara cruciform house

This is the house built by Te Rā Karepe and Rangawhenua, leaders of the Pao Mīere movement. It was named Te Miringa Te Kakara. It was built in the shape of a cross and had four entrances. The roof was covered with tōtara bark.

Shows intricately carved mausoleum (papatupapaku), about 12 or 14 feet high, in which the body would have been placed. Ohm Tattoo, Polynesian People, Maori People, Best Friends Sister, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Ancient Architecture, Native Art
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Shows intricately carved mausoleum (papatupapaku), about 12 or 14 feet high, in which the body would have been placed.

A Taranaki Family.Te Whare-aitu and his wife and children (Ngati-Tupaea hapu of Ngati-Ruanui tribe)

A Taranaki Family.Te Whare-aitu and his wife and children (Ngati-Tupaea hapu of Ngati-Ruanui tribe)

Beautiful Portraits of New Zealand& Largest Gang Will Give You Shivers A bunch of disaffected youths banded collectively in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand;they grew into the Mongrel Mob, the most important gang within the.

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Une série de portraits impressionnants du plus important gang de Nouvelle-Zélande, les Mongrel Mob, réalisée par le photographe Jono Rotman, basé à New

Ngati-Tuwharetoa veterans at Tokaanu, Lake Taupo, parading for peruperu (war-dance)

Ngati-Tuwharetoa veterans at Tokaanu, Lake Taupo, parading for peruperu (war-dance) | NZETC

Ngati-Tuwharetoa veterans at Tokaanu, Lake Taupo, parading for peruperu (war-dance)

Incredible portraits of Maori women from the National Library of New Zealand.

Unidentified young Maori woman | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified young Maori woman