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The moku of Māmalahoa originally consisted of Moku o Keawe (Hawai’i Island).  After the establishment of Heiau in Kona and Kohala, the current moku consists of the ancient and traditional districts of Hāmākua, Hilo, Puna, and Kaʻū.  Within this moku are three volcanoes: Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kīlauea, and numerous wahi kapu (sacred places) including, but not limited to: Mauna Kea, Waipi‘o Valley, Mokuola, Cape Kumukahi, Kīlauea, Ka Lae, and Lake Waiau.