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Ta Moko The Ta Moko is a traditional Maori tattoo that is often done on the face, it is regarded as a taonga (treasure) to the Maori people

The origin of tattoos comes from Maori culture, the true Moko Maori is reserve for this population, they are the only one who knows the true meaning of the symbols. It is consider as an insult when someone copies they tattoo, it is considers as stealing someone identity.

The origin of tattoos comes from Maori culture, the true Moko Maori is reserve…

Traditional Maori Face decoration

Maori man with ta moko (facial tatoo), Manurewa Sunday Market, Auckland, New Zealand

Ta moko

Ta moko (permanent body and face marking by Māori). The Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand.

A Maori warrior at the Akaroa Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand.

A Maori warrior at the Akaroa Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand Brazilian Indian chiefs of the Kaiapos tribe during an interview Girl o.

Professor Te Awekotuku, author - Mau Moko

Ngahuia Te Awekotuku - Maori tatau - "It is about beauty, and desire, about identity and belonging. It is about us, the Maori people".

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