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Gothic Architecture was an experiment in Hawaii largely in the late half of the 19th century. Properly known as Gothic Revival, the style was popularized by official government and religious buildings, mostly on O’ahu.
The solemn Royal Mausoleum State Monument on O’ahu is the site of a chapel and the tombs of several royal families from the Kamehameha and Kalakaua dynasties. The 2.7-acre site was designed by Theodore Heuck and was constructed in 1863.