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Why the Banyan Tree is a Living Landmark in Hawaii

This 160-year-old banyan tree is an enduring Waikīkī institution rooted in Hawaiian history.

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    A Living Landmark | Banyan

    A Living Landmark | Banyan

    This 160-year-old banyan tree is an enduring Waikīkī institution rooted in history.

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