Ōwae – Te Āti Awa’s central marae – stands within the earthworks of the ancient pā, Manukorihi. On 27 June 1936 two memorials were unveiled there to Te Āti Awa doctor and politician Māui Pōmare – the carved house Te Ika-roa-a-Māui (left) and a marble statue of Pōmare (right).
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Photograph by Jock Phillips