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  • Mount Tarawera New Zealand, Mt Tarawera Tours Rotorua New Zealand

    …of tourism in New Zealand. People travelled from all over the world to view the famous Pink and White Silica Terraces, which were quickly becoming known as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World'. The Terraces were destroyed on the 10th June 1886, in an eruption which killed over 150 people and devastated…

  • MT TARAWERA VOLCANIC TOURS - Rotorua

    MT TARAWERA VOLCANIC TOURS - Rotorua

    …history of Mt Tarawera. Infamous for its eruption on June 10th, 1886, Mt Tarawera created the world's youngest geothermal valley of Waimangu, at the same destroying the legendary Pink and White Terraces. This fully guided walking experience encompasses the unique landscape and history of the area.
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  • Mt Tarawera Volcanic Tours: Mt Tarawera Crater Walk Experience Tours

    …eruption on June 10th, 1886, Mt Tarawera created the world's youngest geothermal valley of Waimangu, at the same destroying the legendary Pink and White Terraces. This fully guided walking experience encompasses the unique landscape and history of the area. Please recommend us. * Map * Directions *…

  • Rotorua New Zealand History, History of Rotorua NZ

    …and stories are based in this area including Hinemoa and Tutanekai—perhaps New Zealand's most famous love story, the beautiful Pink and White Terraces that were destroyed in the Mt Tarawera eruption, as well as many interesting Rotorua personalities. Rotorua is the heartland of New Zealand…

  • North Island History Information & Historical Places New Zealand

    …The eruption is believed to have killed over 120 people, although it is possible that more people died. The eruption also destroyed the Pink and White Terraces and buried the Maori village of Te Wairoa. Many of the lakes surrounding Mt Tarawera had their shapes and areas dramatically altered because…

  • BURIED VILLAGE - Rotorua : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …ash, and mud bombarded the peaceful village of Te Wairoa ending more than 150 lives and destroying the eighth wonder of the world; The Pink and White terraces, but it doesn't end there… Thanks to sensitive redevelopment by three generations of the Smith family; you can see what life was like at…

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