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Iolani Palace State Monument
Located in the downtown capitol district of Honolulu, the Iolani Palace State Monument is the former official residence of King Kalakaua during the Hawaiian monarchy of the 19th century. The Oahu palace, built in 1882, has been restored to its former grandeur and is included on the National Historic Landmark Register.
Visitors can enjoy extensive tours through areas like the throne room, the dining and reception room, and the Iolani Coronation Pavilion – as well as many other significant areas. Apart from daily tours, the palace hosts several special events, including weekly free concerts performed by the Royal Hawaiian Band.
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