Aloha Tower has been returned to its "Boat Days" grandeur.
It is now the focal point of Aloha Tower Marketplace.
And this digital painting.
|Built in 1926 at a cost of $160,000, this 184-foot clock tower was the tallest structure on Oahu. Welcoming passengers and returning kama'aina (residents) on "Boat Days," along with lei-bearing well-wishers, hula dancers and the Royal Hawaiian Band, Aloha Tower soon became the symbol of a more nostalgic Hawaii. The tower was restored in 1994 and is now the centerpiece of a waterfront marketplace redesigned to once again be a gathering place for visitors and kama'aina alike.
Now it can become your centerpiece, too.
This representation of the original digital painting is deliberately smudged in a small area to frustrate pirating of the image.
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