The mysterious Easter Island and its nature
Easter Island, still Rapa Nui is located a small island in the South Pacific and is considered as a special territory of Chile. Easter Island is famous for its large MOAI statues, which are carved by native Americans between 1250 and 1500 years. You are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage, the largest part of this island belongs to the National Park of Rapa Nui.
Many scientists and writers mention the Easter Island as a metaphor for our planet, so they have become very famous. It is believed that the indigenous people have died because they have used the natural resources excessively. Some scientists say the thesis, global climate change and the use of resources lead to destruction of the planet, as did the population of Easter Island.
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It is believed that the MOAI statues symbolize the various tribes on the island…
The small land area of the island was quickly overpopulated and the natural resources were consumed quickly
The amazing Easter Island
The whole island was released in 1996 and the remaining Rapanui people have received the citizenship of the State of Chile
The official languages are Spanish and Rapanui, while the ethnic groups are Rapanui, Europeans and Indians
In 1995, the Easter Island is part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage because of its archaeological treasures.
Some sculptures don’t have hats, others-
Easter Island is one of the abgesondertsten Islands in the world. It is located about 3,510 km west of Chile. The island is relatively small and its highest point is 507 metres above sea level. There is no permanent source of fresh water there.
Easter Island’s climate is called subtropical. There are mild winters and average annual weather is cool and rainy. The lowest average temperature is in July at the Easter Island about 64 ° F (18 ° C) and in February 82 ° F (28 ° C).
Similar to other Pacific Islands the landscape of Easter Island of volcanoes is dominated.
The Easter Island are considered to be an individual nature reserve of the ecologists. It is believed the island was dominated at the time of their first settlement of large deciduous forests and palm trees. Today, there are only very few trees and the ground is covered with grasses and bushes.
Photos of the Carnival and the unique costumes
Songs and dances till late
Gorgeous, subtropical nature
The world-famous MOAI statues
Cool weather for years
Romantic, exotic atmosphere at the beach
The biggest attraction for the tourists
The MOAI statues around the world attract tourist interest
The amazing Easter Island to your attention – the Easter Island seen from above
Purple sky full of stars
Arrangement of the MOAI statues on Easter Island amazing
UNESCO World Heritage site