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Honolulu tourism is about nature and history. One of the historic sights of Honolulu is the National memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. This cemetery is a great addition to your things to do in Honolulu. You will experience both the natural beauty of the island and the history of the island all in one.
The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific is home to 34,000 veterans of World War I and II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. It is also the final resting place for Ellison Onizuka who perished in the Challenger tragedy. The cemetery is the sight of an old volcanic crater. There are marble walls along the staircase in the cemetery that lists names of military personnel that are missing in action. The cemetery also features a 30 foot statue of Lady Columbia. From the cemetery you have a perfect view of Diamond Head and Pearl Harbor.