Easter Island Province

Easter Island Province, Valparaiso Region, Chile
category: boundary — type: administrative — OSM: relation 1773340

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Rapa Nui (Q36746)
item type: language / modern language / severely endangered language
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rapa Nui or Rapanui (English: ), also known as Pascuan () or Pascuense, is an Eastern Polynesian language of the Austronesian language family. It is spoken on the island of Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island.

Rano Raraku (Q49005362)
item type: quarry
Summary from Italiano / Italian Wikipedia (itwiki)

Rano Raraku è una cava di pietra situata presso l'omonimo cratere vulcanico sull'Isola di Pasqua in Cile che è stata la fonte della pietra utilizzata per le famose sculture monolitiche Moai che si trovano sparse intorno all'isola. Diversi Moai giacciono incompleti in questo luogo, così come molti che non furono sollevati a causa delle loro grandi dimensioni.

Sala y Gomez lighthouse (Q60167675)
item type: lighthouse
Summary from Français / French Wikipedia (frwiki)

Le phare de l'île Sala y Gómez (en espagnol : Faro Sala y Gómez) est un phare actif situé sur l'Île Sala y Gómez, au milieu de l'océan Pacifique (Province de l'Île de Pâques), dans la région de Valparaíso au Chili.

Admiralty number: G1990

Hanga Roa (Q233369)
item type: city in Chile
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Hanga Roa (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈaŋɡa ˈro.a]) (Spanish: Bahía Larga) is the main town, harbour and seat of Easter Island, a municipality of Chile. It is located in the southern part of the island's west coast, in the lowlands between the extinct volcanoes of Terevaka and Rano Kau. The population of 3,304 (2002 census) comprises 42.63 percent of the total population of the island.

Rano Raraku (Q937167)
item type: volcano
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rano Raraku is a volcanic crater formed of consolidated volcanic ash, or tuff, and located on the lower slopes of Terevaka in the Rapa Nui National Park on Easter Island in Chile. It was a quarry for about 500 years until the early eighteenth century, and supplied the stone from which about 95% of the island's known monolithic sculptures (moai) were carved. Rano Raraku is a visual record of moai design vocabulary and technological innovation, where 887 moai remain. Rano Raraku is in the World Heritage Site of Rapa Nui National Park and gives its name to one of the seven sections of the park.

Ahu Akivi (Q2011739)
item type: archaeological site
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ahu Akivi is a particular sacred place on the Chilean island of Rapa Nui (or Easter Island), looking out towards the Pacific Ocean. The site has seven moai, all of equal shape and size, and is also known as a celestial observatory that was set up around the 16th century. The site is located inland, rather than along the coast. Moai statues were considered by the early people of Rapa Nui as their ancestors or Tupuna that were believed to be the reincarnation of important kings or leaders of their clans. The Moais were erected to protect and bring prosperity to their clan and village.

Poike (Q1827535)
item type: volcano / mountain
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Poike is one of the three main extinct volcanoes that form Rapa Nui (Easter Island), a Chilean island in the Pacific Ocean. At 370 metres above sea level, Poike's peak is the island's second-highest point after the peak of the extinct volcano Terevaka.

Rano Kau (Q1340624)
item type: shield volcano
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Rano Kau is a 324 m (1,063 ft) tall dormant volcano that forms the southwestern headland of Easter Island, a Chilean island in the Pacific Ocean. It was formed of basaltic lava flows in the Pleistocene with its youngest rocks dated at between 150,000 and 210,000 years ago.

Holy Cross Church, Hanga Roa (Q28740146)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Holy Cross Church (Spanish: Iglesia de la Santa Cruz), also known as Hanga Roa Church or simply Catholic Church of Hanga Roa is the name of the religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church in the "Te Pito Te Henua" Street in the city of Hanga Roa, the capital and greater city of the Easter Island, a Territory of Chile in the Pacific Ocean.

William Mulloy Library (Q8015912)
item type: construction
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Biblioteca William Mulloy (Spanish for William Mulloy Library; in Rapa Nui, Hare Puka ko Wiliam Mulloy) is a research library administered by the Father Sebastian Englert Anthropological Museum on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) in Chilean Polynesia. Named for the late Dr. William Mulloy, an American archaeologist, the library’s collection focuses on Rapa Nui and Polynesian Studies, especially the prehistory, history, ethnology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, osteology and geology of Easter Island.

Tahai (Q3504489)
item type: archaeological site
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Tahai Ceremonial Complex is an archaeological site on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) in Chilean Polynesia. Restored in 1974 by American archaeologist William Mulloy, Tahai comprises three principal ahu from north to south: Ko Te Riku (with restored eyes), Tahai, and Vai Ure. Visible in the distance from Tahai are two restored ahu at Hanga Kio'e, projects that Mulloy undertook in 1972. Like other Mulloy restoration projects at Ahu Akivi, the ceremonial village of Orongo and Vinapu, the ceremonial center at Tahai now constitutes an integral part of the Rapa Nui National Park, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

Ana Kai Tangata (Q65933784)
item type: cave
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ana Kai Tangata is a sea cave in Easter Island that contains rock art of terns on its ceiling. It is located near Mataveri, and the cave opens up directly to the incoming surf. The cave is accessible and one of the most visited caves in Easter Island.

Ahu Vinapu (Q2011761)
item type: archaeological site
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ahu Vinapu is an archaeological site on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) in Eastern Polynesia.

Father Sebastian Englert Anthropological Museum (Q5437650)
item type: museum
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Father Sebastian Englert Anthropological Museum is a museum in the town of Hanga Roa on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) in Chilean Polynesia. Named for the Bavarian missionary, Fr. Sebastian Englert, OFM Cap., the museum was founded in 1973 and is dedicated to the conservation of the Rapa Nui cultural patrimony.

website: http://www.museorapanui.cl/Inicio/

Motu Motiro Hiva Marine park (Q6062934)
item type: marine protected area
Summary from Español / Spanish Wikipedia (eswiki)

El Parque Marino Motu Motiro Hiva, también llamado Salas y Gómez, corresponde al mayor parque marino chileno. Se ubica alrededor de la isla Salas y Gómez, en el extremo oriental de la Polinesia. Posee una extensión de mar y costa de 150.000 km², equivalente al 4% del territorio marítimo chileno.[1]