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Maori Art

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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Acid Water

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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Smoky night

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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The House of God

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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Darkness

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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A scarry bath

The Bath House, which today houses Rotorua Museum, was once a famous geothermal spa offering therapeutic treatments to visitors from all over the world. Opened in 1908 the Bath House represents the New Zealand Government’s first major investment in the tourism industry.

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Steam village

Te Whakarewarewa, a living thermal (hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools) and Maori village in the heart of Rotorua.

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Steam machine

The Bath House, which today houses Rotorua Museum, was once a famous geothermal spa offering therapeutic treatments to visitors from all over the world. Opened in 1908 the Bath House represents the New Zealand Government’s first major investment in the tourism industry.

Old Bath

The Bath House, which today houses Rotorua Museum, was once a famous geothermal spa offering therapeutic treatments to visitors from all over the world. Opened in 1908 the Bath House represents the New Zealand Government’s first major investment in the tourism industry.
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