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Walking Honolulu's Queen Street

Where Honolulu’s urban past and future meet.


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photo: david croxford

The Nalu Lani Mural

Artist John Pugh claims that when his mural was nearing completion, firemen tried to save the children on the ledge before realizing they were part of the painting. HFD says that sounds like a tall tale. Other people in the painting who don’t need saving: Queen Liliuokalani, Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole. 401 Kamakee St.

 

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