A report on Ua Pou and Mont Oave

Hitoro, Chief of the Ua Pu Island (1863)
Beach of Anahoa Bay
Ua Pou's South Coast
Horse at Ua Pou
A French Navy ship on the Island
Reconstruction of a traditional marquesan house on Ua Pou Island, Marquesas Islands
The World Discoverer Vessel at Ua Pou

Oave is a volcanic mountain, located on Ua Pou island at 1230 m above sea level.

- Mont Oave

The highest of these pillars, Mount Oave (Mont Oave), reaches to 1,230 m above sea level and is the highest elevation in the Marquesas.

- Ua Pou
Hitoro, Chief of the Ua Pu Island (1863)

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Hiva Oa

Marquesas Islands

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Overseas collectivity of France in the southern Pacific Ocean.

Overseas collectivity of France in the southern Pacific Ocean.

Hiva Oa
Hakaui waterfall, on Nuku Hiva island.
Basaltic rock formation in Hatiheu, Nuku Hiva island.
Breadfruit tree on Fatu-Hiva.
Kaimoko family. Headdress (Peueei), 19th century. Porpoise teeth, beads, coir. This woman's headdress was probably made on the island of Ua Pou, where porpoises abounded. In the Marquesan language, ei means “treasure.” From the collection of the Brooklyn Museum
Traditional Marquesan warlord's headgear, ceremonial clothes, insignia, and weapon.
Marquesans dressed in pareu demonstrating traditional dance, 1909
View of Hakahau, Ua Pou, from the sea
Communes of the Marquesas Islands
Church of Our Lady of Peace (Église de Notre-Dame-de-Paix), Omoa, Fatu-Hiva
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Marquesas Islands (Cathédrale Notre-Dame des Îles Marquises), Nuku Hiva
Loading copra on a boat in the bay of Hane, Ua Huka island.
P400-class patrol vessel La Tapageuse docked at Hakahau, Ua Pou island.
Container for tattoo tools, wood, Pua Mau Valley, Atuona, Hiva Oa island.

Their highest point is the peak of Mount Oave (Mont Oave) on Ua Pou island, at 1,230 m (4,035 ft) above sea level.