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Mangareva - Tahiti mp3 album

Mangareva - Tahiti mp3 album Performer: Mangareva
Title: Tahiti
Date of release: 1999
Size MP3: 1637 mb
Size FLAC: 1789 mb
Rating: 4.4

Mangareva is the central and largest island of the Gambier Islands in French Polynesia. It is surrounded by smaller islands: Taravai in the southwest, Aukena and Akamaru in the southeast, and islands in the north. Mangareva has a permanent population of 1,239 (2012) and the largest village on the island, Rikitea, is the chief town of the Gambier Islands

There are 2 ways to get from Tahiti to Mangareva by car ferry or plane. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Car ferry to Moorea, fly, 23h 40m. Take the car ferry from Papeete/Tahiti to Moorea. Fly from Moorea (MOZ) to Totegegie (GMR).

Polynesian mythology tells of Mangareva being lifted from the ocean floor by the demi-god Maui. Explore pearl farms and tours of the island by road or boat. The remote Gambier Islands lie just a little more than 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) southeast of Tahiti. Polynesian mythology tells of Mangareva being lifted from the ocean floor by the demi-god Maui. The mountains of Mangareva rise over the surrounding islands and the luminous lagoon like a great cathedral.

Mangareva island of cathedral and catholic churches, black pearl, fishing activities and lagoon. Discover this mysterious island in South Pacific. Located more than 1 700 kilometers east of Tahiti, the Gambier Archipelago has rare atmosphere of history and mystery that make the trip worthwhile. Mangareva, the farthest island from Tahiti, is practically the only inhabited island. Cradle of Catholicism in Polynesia, its feature many remnants of religious buildings form the mid-1800s, such as Saint Michel cathedral, where the altar, inlaid with mother of pearl and studded with black pearls, is a marvel, a unique experience.

Mangareva, Sorocaba, Brazil. Mangareva is the central and largest island of the Gambier Islands in French Polynesia  . As a real musical comedy, it tells a story inspired by the myths and legends of Mangareva, where each dancer has a well defined role: princess, God of the Sea. As for the costumes, they are made from leaves of auti (cordyline), a widespread plant in Polynesia; it takes about sixty to make a skirt. The Explorers: know better to protect better. The Explorers is in Mangareva. 4 January ·. Dance is an integral part of Polynesian culture.

Find your cheap flight to Mangareva (GMR) among many online travel agencies, traditional airlines as well as low cost carriers. Jetcost is a price comparison service for flights to Mangareva airport. You can also compare hotels in Mangareva and Mangareva car rentals. Lowest round trip fares for Tahiti to Mangareva flights: Flight.

This is the story as it had been told in Papeete and in the Gambiers - a cruel and sombre tale, shot through with gleams of a vanishing barbaric splendour and relieved by quaint touches of grotesque comedy - it is the story of the death of a people. In the time when Te Mateoa reigned in Mangareva, the prophetess Toapere was informed by the gods that after her death and in the reign of Te Mateoa's successor, strange ships would come, bringing new teaching and a time of peace. Ships did come in her own time, but the new teaching arrived in the reign of Te Maputeoa, the next king, as she had foretold.

Located some 900 miles southeast of Tahiti, the tiny volcanic islands of Mangareva were home to a unique tradition within Polynesian sculpture. Like other Polynesian peoples, such as the Hawaiians or the Maori people of New Zealand, the Mangarevans believed in a broad pantheon of different gods, a number of whom were represented with wood images. On Mangareva, such images formed the focal point of rituals during which the priests, or taura, sought to communicate with the gods on behalf of the community


1 Maeva Polynesia 0:57
2 Tahiti Nui E 1:48
3 Taravanae-nehe Nehe Papeete 3:00
4 Napuariki 1:22
5 Tiarei Hinano-haapeu Maina-tiare No Seno-noho Koe-hiro Oe 4:29
6 Manu Pukarua / Taurua No Tiurai 1:19
7 E Teie Vaie 1:16
8 Manava Te Vahine 0:44
9 Pape Maohi 2:14
10 Huero Ma'a 1:39
11 Samoa Sila 2:00
12 Upa Noa 1:22
13 Puti Puti 1:46
14 E Hine Hoki Maira 1:44
15 E Tia No Te Hoe Hau 1:03
16 Tiare - A Hiona Te Tiare 3:48
17 Iaorana 1:05
18 Aloha Oe 1:51
19 Maruru A Vau 1:22
20 To Mou'a Tou Tahua - Anapa 4:24

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hérisson Vert
  • Licensed From – Caroline Enterprises Limited
  • Licensed Through – Music Avenue
  • Licensed Through – Hérisson Vert
  • Licensed Through – Puzzle Productions
  • Marketed By – Weton-Wesgram B.V.
  • Distributed By – Weton-Wesgram B.V.


  • Design – Z+Z Multidigital Services


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