One of several sites associated with the Hiiakaikapoliopele story, the historic remnants of chief Lōhiau's House can still be seen at Hā‘ena.
Two sites in close proximity, Ka Ulu a Paoa Heiau and Ke Ahu a Laka hula shrine
are part of the most renowned hula school in all Hawaii.
The distinct profile of Makana Mountain defines the physical landscape of Hā‘ena.
Throwing firebrands from the top of Makana was an event for which Hā‘ena was famous.
There are three heiau in Hā‘ena, two of which are discussed here.
The long sand dune running along the beach the length of Hā‘ena is an ancient burial grounds.
Basic terminology relating to Hawaiian Sacred Geography;
Social Structure; Domestic Geography;
and other terms used in this Chapter.
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