Pahiatua

Páhiatua

From picnics in the main street garden to a stroll through the collections of stores and fashion stores - and a delicious choice of cafés and restuarants - Pahiatua is a favourite and welcoming stopover for travelers, all with the best of rural friendliness. From picnics in the main street garden to a stroll through the collections of stores and fashion stores - and a delicious choice of cafés and restuarants - Pahiatua is a favourite and welcoming stopover for travelers, all with the best of rural friendliness.

When you travel to Pahiatua, you will be welcomed by large tree-lined parks that divide the street into alleys to the North and South; these lovely city parks take up a plot of ground initially intended for a railroad line that was built instead just outside the city. Situated at the northerly end of Pahiatua is the one-of-a-kind view of a copy of the Harvard plane from the Second World War, which has been transformed into a children's chute and is one of the many attractions on the children's play area.

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For Pahiatua, Manawatu, New Zealand, please select from the following category of accommodations, rides, attractions, transportation or visitors information. Formerly the Pahiatua Hospital, this symbol of a past mistake, was elegantly restored to provide a convenient and varied interior. Courses can be arranged for meetings, sport crews or groups, riding shows, trainings, business, civil, politics, craft/hobby groups or simply just families meetings, according to your needs.

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New Zealand Story on-line

Capital of North Wairarapa, located in the Mangatainoka River Valley. The Pah?atua was founded in 1881 in the dense wooded area of Forty Mile Bushw. First it was a wooden city, but once the shrub was cut down, it became a dairy and shepherd services center in the inland.

Pah?atua was established during the Second World Peace to house "hostile foreigners" who were transferred from Somes Iceland in 1943. They were sent back to the Isle in 1944, and the concentration camp became home to 734 Poles, displaced people from war-torn Europe. 1975 some returned to Pah?atua to reveal a commemorative statue on the site just outside the city.

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