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King David Kalakaua Building - Wikipedia


The King David Kalakaua Building in Honolulu, Hawaii is a government building formerly known as the U.S. Post Office, Customhouse, and Courthouse.

King Kalakaua Building - Government Building in Honolulu


See 15 photos from 177 visitors to King Kalakaua Building.

King David Kalakaua (1836 - 1891) The Merrie Monarch | Aloha ...


In his 54 years of life, King David Kalakaua certainly lived up to his nickname, “ The Merrie Monarch.” He had a passion for music, dancing, parties, and the finest  ...

`Iolani Palace - Hawaii History - Monarchs


Called Hale Ali`i, this building stood on the site of the present palace. ... By the time of Kalakaua's reign, the old `Iolani Palace was termite-ridden and in disrepair ...

Top 10 Historic Sites of Downtown Honolulu | Oahu Hawaii


Apr 12, 2016 ... Begin at the corner of South King St and Kawaiahao St, where you will find the ... It has now been renamed The King David Kalakaua building, ...

Royal Vagabond - King David Kalakaua - The Merrie Monarch ...


Apr 6, 2014 ... Royal Vagabond – King David Kalakaua – The Merrie Monarch ... It was one of the first buildings in the US to have both electricity and indoor ...

Iolani Palace - Dupont Castle


The palace was built for King Kalakaua but it was his sister who lived there the longest. Her name was ... The Palace also was the state capital building until 1969. Later .... The legislators nominated William Lunalilo and David Kalakaua.

The Statue of King Kamehameha | Oahu Hawaii


Apr 12, 2016 ... It was commissioned by King David Kalakaua (who was the last king of the ... There is quite a story to the building and delivery of the statue.

Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu


Hawaiian King David Kalakaua had travelled to Japan in 1881 to visit the Meiji Emperor ... It is noteworthy that this Consulate General office building was in the ...

King David Kalakaua Middle School - ARCH


Jun 30, 2016 ... The focus of King David Kalakaua Middle School (KMS) is to prepare all students to be .... areas: Grounds, Building exterior, Building interior,.