‘The Easter Island statues are so much better’: A statue of the last king of Easter Island, Rochambeau, was destroyed by the tsunami.
In a post on the official Twitter account of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, it said that the statue of Rochamarbeau was destroyed in the tsunami of 2009.
The statue was located on Easter Island in the Indian Ocean off the coast of South Georgia and the Northern Mariana Islands.
The department said that Rochamerbeau had been in the capital of Easter island, Rangoon, since the late 1400s.
He was the last ruler of Easter islands and the first king of the island of Rona, according to the department.
He had become an island ruler in the early 1600s.
The island was known for its large and beautiful stone statues of saints, including Rochmarbeau.
He is also remembered as the founder of the Rona island kingdom, according the department’s Twitter account.
Rochameau was buried at Rangaung in Rota, South Georgia.
He died on August 17, 2009, the department said.
In a video posted on YouTube, the statue was displayed in front of a house with the caption “The statue was the largest statue of an islander that has ever been in South Georgia.”
The statue had been built in a stone quarry, but it was later moved to the island, according a video that was posted on Facebook.
“I just want people to know that we have a statue that is in our museum,” Rochamiabie said.
“There are statues everywhere.
We have statues everywhere.”
Rochombeau is the only ruler of the islands of Easter, Rona and Rangaul.
The islands of Rota and Rota are the smallest of the six islands of the group.
The other islands are Rona Island and Rona-Rona Island.