Lelu Ruins
Island of Kosrae
Micronesia
 

 
The Lelu Ruins are the remains of an ancient political and religious center of Kosraen society. Archeological and historical evidence suggests this society dates to around 1400 AD when a smaller Lelu society conquered other competing societies and unified the Island of Kosrae.

Photographic equipment  and film:
Olympus OM2     w/28mm Lens
Film:  Kodachrome 64

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Entrance Lelu Ruins, Kosrae Micronesia
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Lelu Ruins Kosrae Micronesia
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Lelu Ruins, Kosrae Micronesia
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Lelu Seka Pounding Stone, Kosrae Micronesia
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Street Lelu Ruins, Kosrae Micronesia
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Lelu Ruins, Kosrae Micronesia
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