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Humu Tahu is a public Rapa Nui feast then gathers the entire community around a hole in the ground, covered with palm leaves, where fish and vegetables are cooked over hot stones. The elders maintain

Humu Tahu is a public Rapa Nui feast then gathers the entire community around a hole in the ground, covered with palm leaves, where fish and vegetables are cooked over hot stones. The elders maintain this tradition very close to the ancestral custom.

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Date Taken: 08.2013
Date Uploaded: 11.2013
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Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Copyright: © Marcelo Silva