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Open this page in a new window Palikapuokeoua

Island: Hawaiʻi: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kaawaloa
Feature: pali
Comments: A high sea cliff defining Kealakekua Bay; noted for its many burial caves, especially the portion above Kaawaloa north of Kalepeamoa. See Hoaiku, Paliomanuahi, Palipuuokaloa.
Lexicology: pali-kapu-o-keoua. PEM: sacred cliff of Keoua.
Source: USGS 1982; FB 258:27; KK 25.
Quadrangle: 10-47
North: 237,000
East: 352,000
Catalog Number: 381.08.007

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