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"Ghost of the Huia" (2010) is an artwork by Paul Dibble. The sculpture sits on the corner of Te Mare o Hine/The Square and Church Street, opposite Square Edge. It is a tribute to the memory of the Huia - last sighted in the Tararua Ranges in 1907. It is made of cast bronze and corten steel.

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IMCA Digital Archive
Date
2018
Digitisation ID
2021P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_033625
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Born Digital
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