Ahu Tongariki is the largest ahu (Mountain) on Easter Island. Its moai were toppled during the island's civil wars and in the twentieth century the ahu was swept inland by a tsunami. It has since been restored and has fifteen moai including an 86 tonne moai that was the heaviest ever erected on the island. Ahu Tongariki is one kilometer from Rano Raraku and Poike in the Hotu-iti area of Rapa Nui National Park. All the moai here face sunset during Summer Solstice.
This is a low res model of the terrain surrounding Ahu Tongariki.
This model is suitable for 3D presentations, landscaping, Architectural Visualization, video production, simulation of walk throughs and navigation/gaming.
Should be possible to overlay/project realworld GPS coords using WGS84.
Constructed from GIS contour elevation data from different data sources combined and enhanced with different filters and erosion techniques to produce a real world style likeness.
Terrain tiles have been stitched to produce a single seamless low res model which provides a scale accuracy of about 1:1m.
This Terrain model does not include any buildings, trees or any other similar features - only the terrain model is included.